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Can't Stop the Emails


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printingxpress

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First of all, thank you for the great response to my query. I was able to fix it really quickly.

However, I'm still getting tons of emails from Geeks to Go everyday -- for tons of different topics.

I went to my controls & unchecked all email and also unchecked Send me any updates sent by the board administrator so, I guess, I'm wondering why I'm still receiving so many and, of course, how to stop them.

Thanks again,


Jerry

Edited by printingxpress, 09 March 2006 - 08:57 PM.

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Go into your Control Panel, and on the left under "Subscriptions" click on "View Topics". Place a check next to anything there you don't wish to receive email replies for, then click the "With Selected" button underneath them...being sure that "Unsubscribe" appears next to "with Selected".

Then go back to control panel, and click on "View Forums". Follow the same procedure. This will unsubscribe you from all forums. :tazz:

This will resolve your email issues. :)
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Thanks, Kat. I'll give it a try.
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