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Question No activation email received

I have tried to register today with the username BatterBits, but have not received the activation email

I do not live in any of the restricted countries - unless the UK has suddenly become a threat!

I'd be grateful if you would assist.

many thanks


Ian
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Hi Ian.

I activated your account. It might be that your ISP, or somewhere else along the line the email from us was blocked.

Scott.
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Thanks Scott

I have my own domain, mail is forwarded to my gmail account - no sign of your email in any of the spam/junk bins

I'm in now, so the issue is moot - but just in case you wanted to know
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