Can't access Emerson Gallery

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Ever since it was switched to a new location I have not been able to access the Emerson Gallery. ANY of the pictures I click on gives me a message saying:

Forbidden

You don't have permission to access /john353460/Emerson_Gallery_05/photo25.jpg on this server.

Additionally, a 403 Forbidden error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request.

Is anyone else experiencing this? Remedy?
 
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Feb 3, 1999
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I noticed it last night. I have emailed "Club Photo" to see what exactly the issue is.

It took me close to a month to move the pictures and get them linked into the Gallery. (I hope I don't have to do that again)

John
 
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I hope it's ok and you don't have to move them again. In case you do, photogra.com seems to be pretty good.
 
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I've got terrible news for you guys with PhotoPoint Accounts, they went bellyup without warning.

Hope you have a hardcopy of all the Photos. It's gone man. All gone.

As it stands now, if you have all the pictures saved and you can upload them to ClubPhoto.Com, then all of the work you will have to do is match pictures to posts and edit the addresses in the posts.

But PhotoPoint is deceased as far as I know. And many people are rightfully pissed who became paying members.
 
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I got the following resonce from the Support folks:

Over this past weekend Club Photo encountered large number of attempts
trying to post and access inappropriate materials using the Club Photo
services. The individual blocking of those sites caused significant
degradation to the traffic bandwidth and forced us to shut off the external links in order to keep the site operational. We apologize for any inconvenience caused. We will be restoring the legitimate links by the end of today.

Thank you for your support of Club Photo and your patience.

Club Photo Support

Hopefully we're "legitimate" and will be back up soon.

If I read between the lines correctly, Photopoint's "issues" may have caught them off guard.

John
 
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