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Topic # 110527 10-Oct-2012 22:27 Send private message

Quick question...when I add to a discussion i start getting email spam everytime someone else adds to that topic.

As a result (eg iphone5 forum) I can get a lot of email spam from Geekzone.

Please advise how I can turn this email notification off?

thanks

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  Reply # 699384 10-Oct-2012 22:29 Send private message

If you read the e-mails your receiving. I believe they have very clear instructions on how to turn off the e-mail notifications.




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  Reply # 699399 10-Oct-2012 22:54 Send private message

Please read the email. There is an explanation on how many notifications you will receive and a link to unsubscribe form that specific discussion.

You can also change the notification options in your profile to an email for every reply, one every hour, one every day or nothing.

It is all in the email. If you received lots, then read at least one.






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  Reply # 699408 10-Oct-2012 23:05 Send private message

haha..thanks guys

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