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We get LOTS of emails from new users who wonder why they cannot post on Pie and Bovril after registering.

The reason for this is that their accounts have not been validated.

When you register as a user on P&B you provide us with your email address. The forum automatically emails that address as soon as you register.

Inside the email you receive there is a link which MUST be clicked in order to validate your account and to allow you to start posting.

This is an automated process and the email will arrive within minutes of you registering.

If you have deleted the email that you received you should log off P&B and click the link on the forum that says "resend validation email". Enter your username and the email will be resent.

Today for example we had 19 accounts sitting awaiting validation. I have manually processed these.

The reason we do this is so that we know you are who you say you are. By using a valid email address we know we can successfully contact you and of course we can also ban malicious users who abuse our forum - thankfully that doesn't happen very often.

Thanks for reading this - and welcome to P&B !

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First time poster. Virgin post.

Just testing to see how this forum works. :mellow:

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First time poster. Virgin post.

Just testing to see how this forum works. :mellow:

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Welcome aboard :)

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Hi all. Heard about pie & bovril from the Stirling Albion forum.

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Hi all, im new to this site and ive got a question???

Who was first, was it pie and bovril or was it the TAMB?

Reason im asking is that uv both got basicly the same set up, regerstrations controls etc

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Hi all, im new to this site and ive got a question???

Who was first, was it pie and bovril or was it the TAMB?

Reason im asking is that uv both got basicly the same set up, regerstrations controls etc

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no idea, check archive.org

One difference i do know of is tamb don't allow people to register. :D

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just registered........ trying a post

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Hi all, just registered. Finally found someplace with decent coverage of Scottish football. :D

It's no very easy to find sitting here in Berlin :ph34r:

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so if a quiz is quizicle, what's a test? :D:P

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We get LOTS of emails from new users who wonder why they cannot post on Pie and Bovril after registering.

The reason for this is that their accounts have not been validated.

When you register as a user on P&B you provide us with your email address. The forum automatically emails that address as soon as you register.

Inside the email you receive there is a link which MUST be clicked in order to validate your account and to allow you to start posting.

This is an automated process and the email will arrive within minutes of you registering.

If you have deleted the email that you received you should log off P&B and click the link on the forum that says "resend validation email". Enter your username and the email will be resent.

Today for example we had 19 accounts sitting awaiting validation. I have manually processed these.

The reason we do this is so that we know you are who you say you are. By using a valid email address we know we can successfully contact you and of course we can also ban malicious users who abuse our forum - thankfully that doesn't happen very often.

Thanks for reading this - and welcome to P&B !

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so if a quiz is quizicle, what's a test?  :D  :P

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An exam?

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