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Has anyone else been getting these?
You have received this e-mail because your recent message was rejected by our moderator due to Disruptive concerns.
Posted: Feb 12, 2013 6:32 PM
Now what did I post on Antarctica that there should be a concern about?
I have recently gotten several of these messages.
I got another one.
You have received this email because your recent message was rejected by our moderator due to UAT/Test Items concerns.
'First look at 2013 hotel category changes – Book before May 16, 2013 using 2012 hotel categories'
Posted: Feb 12, 2013 6:26 PM
NathalieF What is happening?
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Here are the emails I have received
Posted: Jan 11, 2013 7:39 PM
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Posted: Feb 12, 2013 6:25 PM
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Had no idea until the discussion on censorship on 2013 Proposed Changes.
Since it was the 1st I noticed, and one of the messages was obviously mine cause you replied to me, sent me to the folder to investigate.
At first I was only looking at the 4 in that thread which was tedious.
Finally I sorted by sender and found all the others tracking back to Jan 2013 which I would think is helpful in pinpointing when it first started and what might have caused it.
Only way I can survive my email is to use rules. I route them automatically to a folder if I usually don't need to read them immediately, and only periodically need to do an assessment on the topic, then I read through everything I have to get a feel for what has happened over time.
I also like to make use of web server communication as much as possible. Its very similar to using the rules in email, in that you only go look at what you want to when you need to, and its all organized in one spot so you can read through it.
this is why I was so interested in the cross referencing of material on MI.
If this wealth of information is well organized I can access it from anywhere in the world at anytime given an internet connection.
NathalieF Why is this being moderated?
misskes Feb 21, 2013 7:24 PM
Currently Being Moderated
I stayed at Fairfield Williamsburg, VA. It was the worse experience of my entire life since I joined the Marriott over 10 years ago. Humidity, smell, cracked wall. Leaking roof, yellow stains in the bath...stick remote controls...NOTHING clean. I was forced to checkout the next morning. Real dissapointment!
misskes Feb 21, 2013 7:24 PM
How did you find this one?
I just checked my email, and don't see it.
I did find a couple of blazing complaints placed under suggestions instead of under property reviews.
Am going to ask NathalieF to move them
Thus far my focus has been on organizing destination information which is my true passion and why I am here - to travel and talk travel
Just keep getting side-lined into these corporate issues and having flashbacks from my consulting days. Feel like I should be invoicing for all the time spent discussing a hotel vendor's policies.
Maybe I should apply for a job at D&T?
Update as of February 25 - we've successfully pulled the comments originally reported out of moderation and are now visible: First look at 2013 hotel category changes – Book before May 16, 2013 using 2012 hotel categories and we will continue to look through other comments reported on this thread.
I'm glad I found this. I got one of those emails too, and because it was regarding a fairly hot topic (criticism of points devaluation), I figured Marriott just didn't like what I wrote. It indeed did cause me to feel a bit, well, "rejected" , but I just thought, 'well, whatever.' Glad it was just a glitch.