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  • Previous forum better than the present one

    Sorry, iam aware that this has got nothing to do with the rental etc... but don't you think the other forum was better than this one ?
    at least i could receive e-mail notification from all post.. now instead we can only receive notification from our own posts/threads...

    Perhaps the editor should upgrade it to a more advanced one.

    Regards

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