\"Es können keine Angebote mehr abgegeben werden.\"
Thread poster: xxx xxx

xxx xxx
Local time: 17:14
May 15, 2003

Warum steht auf der Seite eines Jobangebots immer \"Es können keine Angebote mehr abgegeben werden.\", obwohl die Deadline für Antworten viel später ist und Angebote sehr wohl weitergeleitet werden? Zumindest anfangs ist das verwirrend, bis man es einfach ignoriert. Oder hat das doch einen Sinn?


Diane


 

Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 17:14
English to German
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Can you give me a specific example? May 15, 2003

Hi Diane,

This may have several reasons - can you give me an example (quote the job URL)?


Thanks, Ralf


 

xxx xxx
Local time: 17:14
TOPIC STARTER
aktuelles Beispiel May 15, 2003

Quote:


On 2003-05-15 12:00, Lemster wrote:


can you give me an example (quote the job URL)?





Hi Ralf!


Here is the latest example which made me post my question:


http://www.proz.com/job/36424


Diane


 

Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 17:14
English to German
+ ...
Screenshot? May 15, 2003

Hi Diane,

I\'m not yet certain as to what\'s been happening here. If it happens again, could you take a screenshot and forward it to me?


I\'ll send you my email address via your profile.


Best regards, Ralf


 


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