On July 1, I submitted a missing partner mileage request to Onepass@coair.com for a US Airways flight I took in May SAT-PHX-SMF (I submitted all necessary supporting documentation - BP stub and itinerary receipt). The fare purchased was eligible for OnePass accrual. I received an emailed acknowledgment indicating that the miles should post within 15 days. When they did not post within 15 days, I spoke with a representative at the OPSC, who indicated that the request had not gone through for some reason, that she would resubmit it, and that the miles should post within five business days. After five business days passed with no miles, I again called the OPSC. I spoke with an agent and a supervisor, who said that US Airways' automated system had rejected the flights for some reason, that they would resubmit the request, and that miles should post within two weeks. Today, two weeks had expired, with no miles. I again called and spoke with a rep (and later a supervisor) at OPSC. I was informed that on July 28, the OPSC had directly emailed US to attempt to obtain credit, but that no response has been forthcoming from US (other than an electronic message accompanying a response to one of the first automated attempts, indicating "flight in dispute," with no other information). The representative and supervisor told me that nothing could be done unless US responds to them (essentially, that this is US' problem, not CO's). I asked if the EQMs could be credited as a courtesy, because I had submitted all necessary materials, and because I had booked these flights as part of my plan to earn MMer this year (am about 19K shy, and will make it on booked travel through year's end if these flights are credited). I was told no. I was polite throughout the conversation, but did let the rep know that I thought this was poor customer service The supervisor also informed me that Continental had no power to manually credit EQMs for partner flights. I know this is (or at least was) untrue, as CO Insider assisted several people who erroneously received 50% EQMs on LH flights in 2010. CO ultimately controls the OnePass program, not US. Could someone with CO/UA (an Insider, perhaps) please let me know what I need to do to ensure that these miles are credited? The phone reps and supervisors told me that there was nothing else I could do, except wait. That doesn't seem entirely reasonable after six weeks and three phone calls.