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Topic # 9094 19-Aug-2006 15:42
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Just a quick question here. I have gone into my blog configuration and unchecked the box labelled 'notify comments', but I am still receiving email notifications for all comments made on my blog. Is this a bug in the site, or does the blame for this rest with the guy sitting behind my keyboard?

Has anyone else noticed this problem?

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Reply # 44343 19-Aug-2006 18:52
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Hmmm. Just tested this now and unchecking the box prevented e-mail notification being sent. Perhaps you are receiving old notifications from your server? When did you change this box?







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Reply # 44349 19-Aug-2006 20:03
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I'm pretty sure it was this morning or yesterday when I changed it, but the notifications that I have received today were definitely generated after I made the change.

I'll try flicking that setting back on and off, and I'll let you know if that doesn't work.



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Reply # 44447 21-Aug-2006 18:44
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No luck there. I've tried switching this setting on and back off again, and the notifications still appear to be coming through.

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Reply # 44452 21-Aug-2006 19:49
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This should now be fixed. It only happened when the person posting a comment was automatically authenticated as a Geekzone registered user.

Thanks for reporting it.







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Reply # 44453 21-Aug-2006 20:30
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No worries at all, mate. I appreciate the quick resolution.

Now I can stop worrying about the possibility that the problem was a result of me pushing the wrong buttons!


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