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Hi, I am sorry to bother you, but I am hoping someone can contact me about being able to post in the protected forum.

I know we're supposed to email someone, but I can't find an address to send to.

I have tried to private message, but I'm not able to send or receive any.

I did a message board search for the email address to send to, and didn't find any related results.

I went to the "contact us" and it said that the email given there wasn't to be used for message board stuff.

I am sorry to post here, could someone please let me know which email address to use to ask for access?

Thank you.

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The contact us button is the right link. Just use that to explain your situation is.
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