I paid my dues for an account the 7 July 2005.
Until now, I tried to enter into my account and cannot.
After many attemps at E-Mail not answered by Fly Away, I am desperate.
The file I am looking for is:
This is the Embraer 170 Panel by Ken Mitchell.
If anyone has this file, please send it to me, after all they have my money.
I can't address what happened to your membership, but if your email account can handle a 5MB attachment, I can email the file to you. Let me know.
Sorry to hear of your trouble getting signed up.The only thing to do is to keep on emailing and check that your email program is not sending any reply from Flyaway into the trash bin
CrashGordon has kindly said he will send it to you if your email will take the file size,if it will-not,then let me know and I will set up a direct d/load for you
Just to give folks an idea of why some email doesn't get received, some anti-spam programs wrongly identify email as spam. The following is from email headers of an email notifying me of a message in this forum:
Subject: **SPAM** Topic Reply Notification - File required
Content-type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1
Date: Sat, 30 Jul 2005 15:10:19 UT
X-RegEx-Warning: spam (653.8 > 499.9)
X-RegEx: [59.6] FROM_AND_RECEIVED_DO_NOT_MATCH FQDN in From and Received header do not match
X-RegEx: [50.0] empty 'To:'
X-RegEx: [200.0] RECV_LOCALDOMAIN localhost.localdomain
X-RegEx: [99.3] NO_REAL_NAME From: does not include a real name/disabled for AOL sender
X-RegEx: [59.4] INVALID_DATE Invalid Date: header (not RFC 2822)
X-RegEx: [114.0] MISSING_HEADERS Missing To: header
X-RegEx: [50.1] MISSING_MIMEOLE Message has X-MSMail-Priority, but no X-MimeOLE
X-RegEx: [10.0] MISSING_OUTLOOK_NAME Message looks like Outlook, but isn't
X-RegEx: [11.4] EXCUSE_1 Gives a lame excuse about why you were sent this spam
X-SpamPal: SPAM REGEX ID#211080422-13
The problem is that the php mailer has a few eccentricities that anti-spam programs think is evidence of spam.
CrashGordon, yes, you can send me an attachment of the file needed. My E-Mail system will handle this with no problem.
Here's another way to get around e-mail file size limits imposed by your ISP.
You Send It.
You can upload files up to 1 gig. on their server, then they will send a download link to whoever you are wanting to e-mail the file to.
They will have seven days to go and get it.
Works nicely and it's FREE..
Sending it now.