Follow up questions and verification code
25 June, 2006
Thank you for your response. I did experience a bit of difficulty in sending a follow-up email, simply because you cannot send a reply directly to one of your responses – you have to log on to the site and enter the verification code with every email. It is perfectly understandable that you require a code verification and it does not cause undue difficulty.
Thank you again for providing such an essential service in a comprehensive and empathetic manner.
We're glad that we were able to answer your question. We're sorry that the code gave you some trouble. Next time, you could write your follow up in your e-mail or word processing program as though drafting a reply. Then copy and paste it into the yoetzet window. That way, if something goes awry with the verification code, you will not lose your question.
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