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Posted on 2003-11-18
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Sorry if I'm posing the question in the wrong forum but I did not see a topic for instant messaging.

My question:-

Is there a way that I can automatically put myself on someone's block list even if the person has unblocked me?
Are there any add-ons that do this?

Thanks!
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Christopher McKay earned 125 total points
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Ummmm..... no.
There is no way for you to make someone else block you.
The best you can do is block them.

:o)

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Thanks for your reply.
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Thank-you for the points.
Can you take a few seconds and tell me what I could have done to better help you? (What could I have done to earn a better score than "C"?)

Thanks!

Cheers!

:o)

Bartender_1
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