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Asking a question to a specific person

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Good morning; just wondering if we can or are even allowed to email or post questions to specific posters. For example often times I would like to ask a poster that has answered someone else's question something related to my situation that they might be able to help me with. They post an answer that I need more details with, but isn't necessarily requested by the original poster. I feel asking that specific poster for more information on someone else's thread is somewhat rude since I would be deterring from the original posters thread,Is there a way of doing this?
Hopefully my question makes sense to someone. In re-reading it, it sounds somewhat confusing ��)

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