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    Moving a post/thread?

    I had a quick look within "AntiOnline: How Do I? or What Is?" forum, and I didn't find any post related.
    As a general remark on this site I feel difficult to retrieve pertinent info. A forum search engine could bring additive value to AO site, couldn't it?

    Here is my Q:

    I posted a tut about VoIP over internet .

    Someone suggested I may move that thread to an other forum (maybe network discussion).

    My question is how could I move it?
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    PM the particular forum moderators.

    For example, i believe Negative moderates the Tutorial's forum.
    \"I have a 386 Pentium.\"

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    Or, you could delete the post, then repost the same data in the correct forum...
    Maybe it's not the way to do it? but it works :-)
    yeah, I\'m gonna need that by friday...

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    Originally posted by Networker
    I posted a tut about VoIP over internet .
    Someone suggested I may move that thread to an other forum (maybe network discussion).
    My question is how could I move it?
    You can't move it yourself... If you really made an error posting something in a wrong forum, you can always follow tampabay420's suggestion (it indeed works ). I saw your post yesterday, and couldn't find a more appropriate forum to put it in...
    I copied it to Network Security Discussions...

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    Thanxs for info I been wondering the same thing myself. So simple never thought of it.
    10x AO

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