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  Got a question about mah-jongg? Post it on The Mah-Jongg Q&A Bulletin Board. If you email your question to me directly, it's mine, and I reserve the right to post it (and the answer, of course) on the BB (see privacy policy below). I always email first-time posters to let them know that the answer has been posted.

If you have a question about a computer mah-jongg or tile-matching program, though, don't ask me. Ask the publisher of your software. Ask by telephone, if possible.
If you call them, a very quick two-way communication will quickly get to the heart of your problem. On the other hand, if you email a tech support question, you need to provide information about your system and about your problem (you have to give them a lot of information up front in order to prevent the two-way communication turning into a three-week process, which is why telephone is better). It takes a lot longer to get tech support via email than via phone, and the email method requires you to work a lot harder. Telephone is best. Read FAQ 24 for more about mah-jongg game technical support.

PRIVACY POLICY: If you are not a relative, friend, student in my class, or journalist, and if you are not doing or intending to do business with me: "when you email me, I own it." I give free advice and answers, but I do it in public forums only. If you email me or PM me via any website or method to ask for free advice or answers, you implicitly relinquish your right of privacy as regards to that communication; your question and my answer will be posted in an appropriate forum on this website. This policy is stated in numerous places on this website.


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