Just an hour ago I posted in Coldfusion community a post about "Error: Could not convert socket to TLS.." including just technical info about the problem, and it was marked as SPAM!!! It was there in grey color, but it was there.
I send a message there to explain the problem and my post was disapeared.
Please fix the problem, I need urgent help on this error.
Could we see somewhere the criteria of your systems marking a post as spam, in order to avoid them???
This forum system has an artificial "mind" of its own sometimes.
Is this the post you were asking about? I can see it
thank you for your reply.
Yes this is the link to my first post on Coldfusion community.
Could you please make it visible?
It is visible already. Can't you see it? If not, try with a different browser.
Finally you unchecked my post as spam, it was visible again, and now it's disappeared again and marked as spam. What's the problem with your "inteligent" system deciding what is spam and was is not???? Practically none saw my post I have no responses. I have to re-post it as a new one on order people to see and respond. Otherwise unparking the old one makes no sense because none will see it being old.
I am a fellow product user like you. I have no control over how this unnerving forum system works. And I DID NOT move your post or unmark anything.
Your post contained error messages and codes that the spam filters probably detected as suspicious.
Next time, use the CODE icon < / > to post code and error messages. Maybe that will keep the spam/abuse filters from flagging your posts and automatically moving them from public view.
What is this code icon and how can I use it? Is there an example or something somewhere?
Log-in to the web forum. Click reply.
In the Rich Text Editor, you should see a toolbar across the top. See screenshot.