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Here are three ways!

If you already know the member's username, from the user control bar at the page top click the message envelope, and press Compose New.  In the To field start typing their name and it will pop up; choose their name from the popup and it will be addressed to them as a personal message.

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Anywhere you can see the other person's username or avatar you can hover your mouse over their avatar and a 'hovercard' will pop up with a summary of their profile information; click Message on that popup to open a compose window already addressed to them.

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Or you can click on their name or avatar to load their profile and choose the Message button from the top of their profile header.

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Hope that helps. Happy messaging!

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Thanks Brad!   About two weeks ago I saw a new member visiting the forum and sent a quick message to welcome them, but the message was posted as a status feed.  Now I know where I went wrong.:)

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