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    What's gone wrong with the Australian Citroen Bulletin Board?
    It hasn't been operating for about 24 hours now. Does anyone know the story??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan S
    What's gone wrong with the Australian Citroen Bulletin Board?
    It hasn't been operating for about 24 hours now. Does anyone know the story??

    Alan S
    Alan, I did notice the other day an admin sticky saying it would be down for maintenance not sure of time frame, just have to keep checking

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    It's still not operating and today I see the Trading Post online has filled it's nappy
    I wonder if it's some local thing like happened a while back with Bigpond?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoubleChevron
    It's Back !!!!!!!!!!!
    Whoopeee!!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan S
    It's still not operating and today I see the Trading Post online has filled it's nappy
    Alan S
    Thanks for that mental picture. I wonder if their admin's job description includes changing nappies
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