A lot of people seem to be asking where there post has gone and if it has been deleted, however most of the time it has only just been moved.
If you can't find your thread try searching for it using Mobile 9's search feature, make sure all forums is selected and also if you posted it more than 30 days ago, change the "30 days ago and..." pull down menu to “Any Date”. Then in your keywords enter a word or phrase that you know you included but not a common one like "mobile" or "and", however if you add your username to the box on the right and haven't made many posts this wont be too much of a problem.
If you still can't find it click your name which is located in the top left hand corner, under the "home" link and where it says "Logged in as:", then click "Find all posts by this member" which is located under your username and search through all the posts you have made and see if you can find it. When you find it click the thread title. If you still can’t find it, pm a member of staff or management and ask if they know where it is or what had happened to it.
Also if you posted a thread in the "General Forum" your post may have been moved to the "Trash Talk Forum". This isn't a bad thing as the Trash Talk forum is basically Mobile 9's general forum, where all the non-mobile and non-theming related threads go. The General forum on Mobile 9 is for mobile phones topics only, as the description says "mobile phone technologies, development, operators and issues."
Also please remember when posting to read the forum description and see what category the forum's in (e.g. "ThemeMaking" and "Mobile Phones") to make sure you are posting in the right forum. For a question about the T610 (which is unrelated to theme making) post it in the “Sony Ericsson” forum and not in the “Sony Ericsson T610/T630/Z600” as that forum is in the “ThemeMaking” category and is only for threads about the T610/T630/Z600 theme making. Also if requesting a theme please read the “Guideline To Placing A Request”, as if you don’t follow them your request is in danger of being removed or locked.