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This is because you haven't validated your e-mail. You should've gotten an e-mail with a link to verify your e-mail upon registration. If you didn't I'm sure you can request it to be sent again somewhere in your user settings. But, I'll go in and manually validate you to save the hassle. Let me know if you still have issues.


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You are validated now. I didn't have to do anything. You don't need to validate to post images - but you do need to validate to send messages to people directly.

To upload an image click "gallery" on the top left of this page, then the big upload button. To put the photo in your post, start a new post and click on "my media" next to smile icon.


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Same here - my status is still "validating" after a couple of weeks. When I press the "resend validation" link, I get an email, if I follow the link in there, I get:

Oops! Something went wrong!



You have completed your portion of the validation request already. An administrator must approve your account before you have full access.


So how can I get admin approval for my account?



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