Mods or Admin : please move this thread out of my Conversation Inbox.

#21
We can't go into your conversations. By their nature they are private. You can choose to leave the conversation, and by its nature, it will no longer exist when everyone leaves it.

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Thank you for replying.
I will enable Leave Conversation option as soon as I finish this posting.
If "by nature they are private" , then how did Patcooke get into my Inbox ?
Can you explain that ?
Perhaps, there is a hole in the privacy policy assured by the forum ?
 


Mike

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#22
Thank you for replying.
I will enable Leave Conversation option as soon as I finish this posting.
If "by nature they are private" , then how did Patcooke get into my Inbox ?
Can you explain that ?
Perhaps, there is a hole in the privacy policy assured by the forum ?
If someone starts a conversation, or you start someone with someone else, and you have allowed the conversation to be open, anyone in that conversation can invite anyone else into the same conversation.
 


#23
........and you have allowed the conversation to be open.

I never allow this conversation to be opened. I did not even know there was one until I logged in to the forum yesterday.
I opened the Inbox and patcooke had already replied twice. You can see that from my scrolling screenshot.
That is not much of a privacy.
Besides enabling Leave Conversation option, I am changing Accept Conversation From option to "
People You Follow only ", and I have no one to follow.
I have also unchecked " Receive email when a new conversation message is received ".
Hope that will stop people from messing with my private Inbox.
My privacy is what I cherish most. This incident has violated my privacy.
 


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Mike

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#24
Anyone can send you a message via private conversation it is up to you to determine how to deal with this in your settings. Kind regards.

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