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    AP Assignment Contact

    Since names are appended to the AP comments now, when you click on "Contact User About Assignment" it still sends that anonymous e-mail that the person is trying to find out who you are. But since we know now, could it be switched so it will take you to your PM box, so you can write a note to the person who assigned you the points?

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    I'd rather be fishing DjM's Avatar
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    This quote is right out of the FAQ's, it likely needs to be changed too:

    This assignment will be anonymous, which means that the user will not know that you are the one that gave them positive or negative AntiPoints.

    Cheers:
    DjM

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    I think that's a great idea.
    I was just thinking about that myself.
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    I like the idea, but if it is not implimented, maybe you can just go to your PM's and just make a little note from there

    Jack

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    should be changes becoz now sending anonymous emails doesnt make any sense ...should be changed to 'PM the user about assignment'
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    Same here that is a very good idea. It also saves time and effort. .

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