Brett And Email Question

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Jeremy C.'s Comment
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Out of curiosity, does anyone know if the address I get forum notifications from gets checked? Or does Brett use a different address?

I sent an email to that address last night and then thought about the validity of that this morning.

Sometimes websites have no-reply options set on their notification email addresses, and I never thought to ask if this were the case here or not.

This isn't an attempt to hurry a reply, because the nature of the email wasn't urgent. But if I sent the email to a blackhole it he would never see it.

And... if there is a more valid address to use, I hope nobody posts it here because otherwise spambots will grab it. If that address is valid, someone here will say so and I can forget about it until I hear from Brett. And if it's not valid, sooner or later Brett will see this and (hopefully) get back to me at some point.

Wow! That was a long post for a small question! rofl-1.gif

Old School's Comment
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You can email Brett at this address:

Only, realize the poor man gets a ton of email. Don't take offense if he's slow to respond. You can usually ask the questions you want answered right here, and others will benefit from the exchange.

Jeremy C.'s Comment
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Thanks Old School. I think that's the same address on the notifications. And I expect his inbox gets hammered. I have time.

As for questions, it was an admin request about the site. Far as I understand he's the only one that can make deletions, modifications, etc. And I didn't want to publicly announce the request (as that would just draw more attention to it.) That's the only reason I emailed him.

I prefer posting other questions publicly because a) There is plenty of wisdom and experience here to cover almost any question that might come up, and b) public questions save other people time instead of them having to post for themselves.

But I thank you kindly for confirming the address. Just wanted to make sure I at least got that part right. And now it's back to the yard to practice PTI some more (and if im lucky maybe I can get someone else to pop their hood open today!)


Dispatcher, Fleet Manager, Driver Manager

The primary person a driver communicates with at his/her company. A dispatcher can play many roles, depending on the company's structure. Dispatchers may assign freight, file requests for home time, relay messages between the driver and management, inform customer service of any delays, change appointment times, and report information to the load planners.
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