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      12-01-2007, 04:24 PM   #1
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Ok, every time I post to a thread, I am essentially subscribing myself to that thread. I also have an option ticked that says I will receive an instant email notification when someone replies to that thread. Does anyone else have this option ticked... its just that for November I have received around 1200 emails from the forum! I'm starting to think its time to turn off this instant email notification. Do you guys have this?
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      12-01-2007, 04:25 PM   #2
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      12-01-2007, 04:26 PM   #3
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      12-01-2007, 04:28 PM   #4
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Definitely not!!
Its not that much of a problem, as I have my email client filter the forum messages into a separate folder, but looking back to September, there are around 3500 messages from the forum.
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Just turned the option off. To be honest I'm used to dealing with huge amounts of email at work every day, although I have a standard way of handling it... click the forward button and type: "...can you deal with this please"
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Just turned the option off. To be honest I'm used to dealing with huge amounts of email at work every day, although I have a standard way of handling it... click the forward button and type: "...can you deal with this please"
Now I wish I'd worked out how to auto-function that!
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      12-01-2007, 05:08 PM   #8
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Just turned the option off. To be honest I'm used to dealing with huge amounts of email at work every day, although I have a standard way of handling it... click the forward button and type: "...can you deal with this please"
Me too G!!
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My work e-mails are directed straight into the Junk mail folder.
I'm far to lazy to hit the forward button and have to write!
Hence I have a relatively easy ride.
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Just turned the option off. To be honest I'm used to dealing with huge amounts of email at work every day, although I have a standard way of handling it... click the forward button and type: "...can you deal with this please"
Proper management!
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