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Apologies, you weren't deactivated because of anything wrong you did. One of our spam protection modules managed to reset its settings and it's caused several false hits over the weekend.
I believe I have this all remedied now, but should you have any problems, feel free to reply here and let me know.
seemed to be no other way to reach out to you.
my account also appears to have been blocked over the weekend.
was working on a submission for a roadtest
As for how to reach out to us, most of the team monitor the Feedback and Support area and are notified of new posts made here. You do not need to be logged in to post to F&S, altho because of spam attacks your message will be invisible until one of us releases that message from moderation.
Failing that, or should there be an urgent need - you can also email us. If you hover over the avatar of any of the team, you should be able to see a mail address - you certainly can for me, I can't make that assurance for everyone else
And who's in the team? You can find that out by looking at the overview page for the F&S area, on the right is a link to who is who in the team. I'll put this link here for convenience.
That all said, only a few of us are foolish diligent enough to check our work email accounts during the weekend. In my case, if you'd mailed me and posted on F&S, I would have got to your F&S posting before I got to your email.
Sorry for the late reply, but thanks! Working fine now.
I received a notification that my account has been deactivated. I think it is because I edited a roadtest application too many times.
I haven't been violating any rules, or spamming (feel free to check my post history).
(Sorry if I've posted this too many times. I wasn't sure whether it got submitted)