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Stopping Geeks Emails after problem is solved

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How do I stop Geeks to Go emails pertaining to other people's problems from coming to me? Several days ago I followed the instructions regarding Unchecking and so forth in MY CONTROLS.

NO results yet. Your emails still keep coming. Liam
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I haven't been following this request for help, so I don't know what you have tried,,,(if you had posted)

Go to: My Controls
Left side: (under subscriptions) view topics
Check all the topics and on the bottom, make sure it says "unsubscribe" then click "with selected"

That will unsubscribe you with the topics your still getting emails from.

Also check the "view forums" section on the left side under subscriptions.

Then on the side panel again:

Go to: Options / Email settings
Then go to the "board preferences" section and the bottom of the list, Uncheck the "enable email notification by default"

Or I think you can also select to not get email notifications in the section where you unsubscribe to the topics you have listed. Just click the little drop-down arrow and choose that option.

Edited by PsychPosse, 03 February 2008 - 10:23 PM.

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Make sure you remove any forum subscriptions. You can find yours following this link: http://www.geekstogo...scriptions.html
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