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    Cannot save Settings - 403 Error - HELP!

    Hello,

    I cannot save settings of ClassiPress on the admin page as 403 Error page shows up when I try to save them.

    I have a default .htaccess file on the root folder, but it doesn't seem to be the cause of this problem. (I deleted it to see if works but it didn't)
    I disabled all the plugins, but I am still redirected to 403 error page.

    This is a huge problem to me and I'm completely lost at the moment...
    Please could anyone help me solve this problem?

    I use ClassiPress 3.2.1 / Wordpress 3.5.1. / PHP Version 5.3.19.

    Thank you.

    Tom

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