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i need ChuckRoast email address , and Yankidank email address .

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    I personally don't just dole out my email to anyone as I'm sure you can understand the volume of email I already receive exceeds my ability to read everything already. May I ask why you would need our emails?

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    You right not to list your email here but at least you should have a contact page on your website and you sell products and modules. People pay and is entitled to contact whoever sold you and you have trouble.

    Negative vote is achieved not silence the people.

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    i need some changes to pligg as a project , i want to contact you directly to explain more about the project , and how much should i pay for that project. i dont want to talk about it publicly .

    how can i contact you directly , i prefer using email .

    so please send your email address to my email (manmigam(atsign)gmail(dot)com).

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    Please chuck, can i give you or Yankidank my admin access so that you can help me with the problem that i have on my site.

    Please

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    This is the exact reason why I don't post my email address.. I am not able to provide free personal support for people. That is why there is a community support area here.

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    Hey Chibuzo, If you have admin issues connecting. It could be two things:

    1) You mysql setup has an issue

    2) Your directory permissions on the web server are inadequate.

    or.. In settings.php, your are pointing to the wrong IP address.

    I came across this because I developed a site using Filezilla, on two different web servers.

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