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How Long Before Granted UPLOAD permission?

Jack Gold
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Joined: Feb 04, 2005
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I just submitted the request. Will I need to wait until Monday or is it an automated service?

Thanks


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Andrew Monkhouse
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Hi Jack,

It appears to be a manual process, as we have seen cases where people have had to wait a week for upload priveleges over the American Thanksgiving week holidays.

Regards, Andrew


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Jack Gold
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Monday has come and gone, and still no word from them. Every email I send to them, I get sent back the following:

This happen to anyone else???


Thank you for contacting SunCert@thomson.com
<BLOCKED::mailto:SunCert@thomson.com> . Our goal is to reply to you
within 2 business days.

Sincerely,
SUN CertManager support
suncert@thomson.com <BLOCKED::mailto:suncert@thomson.com>
Prometric, a part of The Thomson Corporation
Jack Gold
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They got back to me LATE Monday.
 
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