When I go to my messages and try to send a private message to someone with a 2-character user name, the user is not found. But when I click the user's profile, I can.
If the subject matter is such that is better to ignore, which unfortunately may happen with anyone, it might make sense for the portal algorithms to send such messages straight to Trash. No-one deserves special treatment in that regard. Of course if the subject was deemed important by others, its not good to ignore, or it might indeed be a software bug.
This morning I received an e-mail asking:
Just wondering if you had received the answer you needed. If so, you should let the Rogers Community Forums know so that the answer can help other members.
Although I have received a response, the issue has not been resolved, so I'm not going to click on "solution" yet. When I open a sent message, it still shows "To Ignore 57", with "Ignore 57" in a red, clickable box, which makes no sense. It's certainly no big deal now that I know what's happening, but I thought I'd respond here to the e-mail since there didn't seem to be another place to respond.
The issue with the missing field in the Sent PM box has been resolved. Please take a look and let me know if it still resurfaces.
Thanks again for the patience and also bringing it to our attention
OK, it does now show to whom it's sent, however, it still shows "Ignore 57" in a red box right beside there. Half a fix?
I don't believe it makes any sense to have an "Ignore yourself" option anywhere, but hey, I can live with seeing to whom the message was sent, if it's difficult to remove the "Ignore yourself" option in the "sent messages".
In the inbox, I can see the purpose of an "Ignore Sender" option...
I'm glad to announce that the issue relating to unable to search/tag an user with 2 letters in their name have been resolved. To those previously affected, the floodgates are now open and the PM's will be coming now
Thank you again for the patience as we worked to get it this resolved.
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