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Old 03-23-2016, 05:10 PM   #1
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I see I have 1 notification and 1 unread PM How do I get to read what they are? I don't see anything to click on to get them to open.
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At the upper right, on the first "white box with blue edge," You'll see "Welcome, shovelhead86." Two lines below that there it reads "Private Messages: Unread 1, Total 1." Click on the words "Private Messages" and it will take you to the PM window.

There are other ways to get to the PM window. This is just the method I use most often.
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Another way is to click on the User CP tab, then scroll down & click on List Messages.

You can set a pop up notification to alert you when you receive a PM. Again click on the User CP tab, then Edit Options, scroll down to the Private Messaging section & checkmark Receive Email Notification. This way, whenever you log in & have a PM, a pop up will appear in the middle of your screen, as you surf the pages, alerting you that you have an unread message waiting.

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Oh, & the one you want to ignore is if you see you have a "Private Message" in a AdChoices ad at the top of the page just above the mission statement. That is just an ad - it is not in any way related to any messages you may have on iRV2.

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