January 5, 2007

Office Live Community real “rules”

Filed under: office-live — olxt @ 10:14 am

When you are on the black list of Office Live Community, like me, you may have some “strange” experiences. Those are real “rules” to treat you. I might just found out.

  1. When you post, if you have any link in the message, you will be marked as “spam” message. See the screen shot attached. 
  2. Your post time will not be showed on the subject list, so the message will be not go to top.
  3. If you login as yourself, you will not see your message as “spam” message.

Simple and easy rules.

You are spam



  1. Just noticed your comment about “spam” messages being hidden in the Office Live boards. That is happening because of your personal settings. Click on “My Settings” (I think it is) and scroll down to the Spam line. Then pick the setting you like. Mine has no filter and shows all postings.

    Comment by David Wenning — January 10, 2007 @ 12:31 am | Reply

  2. Thanks David,

    If I am not login, I have no “setting” yet.
    The question is, it marks a message as a “spam” based on a “Windows Live ID”, not based on content itself. Most of my messages mark as “spam”.

    Comment by olxt — January 10, 2007 @ 1:53 am | Reply

  3. It’s not just you, I don’t know what their forums consider spam. I’ve seen MSFT moderators with post considered spam. Must be a forum software problem.

    Comment by SillBow — January 20, 2007 @ 4:49 pm | Reply

  4. SillBow, you may be right. MSFT always give me “foggy” pictures, hard to see what really is.

    Comment by olxt — January 22, 2007 @ 3:12 am | Reply

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