I was just responding to a message posted on one of the boards here, and when I posted my response, I got an error saying the message had been deleted. That's never happened before, and I can't find the thread anywhere. I guess I just move on and not worry about the issue? LOL Who can delete posts? The original author, mods, admins?
The moderators or forum administrators may have to move a post from time to time because it gets posted in the wrong board or contains something in violation of the TOS.
If a forum member gives an answer you like, give them the Kudos they deserve. If a member gives you the answer to your question, mark the answer that solved your issue as the accepted solution.
OK-I 've seen numerous posts moved, which only makes sense if they will be more likely to get an answer on another board. I'm not sure what was in the post that got deleted that would have been a TOS violation though. Whatever, it seemed to happen as I was typing my response, so I was just curious! Thanks for the quick answer!