Please repair my email notifications

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    Ditto. I miss them very much;)

    Thank you in advance!
     
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    zigs Naughty Moderator Moderator

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    Not got admin tools over here Alp.

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    Ian, Sep 16, 2017
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    Yes, most of today's notifications have gone there.
     
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    zigs Naughty Moderator Moderator

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    I had a pm notification go into my spam box yesterday, not happened before :cautious:
     
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    If it ends up in the junk folder, it's not something I can change from my end - but if you click on "not junk" or similar within your e-mail client, it should move them all to the inbox in future :).

    If you let me know which e-mail client you are using, I may be able to find instructions to show how to do it.
     
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    Mine is ok now. I dragged the notification from the spam into the inbox. And it's working OK. Thank you for pointing it out. Wish I had known earlier - I would have been looking at some notice for up to 50 times... and wonder what's wrong with me!
     
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    Glad it's working now :D.
     
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    I have the opposite problem. I cannot be overrun with email, so is there a configuration where the alerts would stay on this site and be available when I open my control paanel? Sorry for the newbieness.
     
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    No problem - if you go to this page:

    https://www.gardening-forums.com/account/preferences

    You can untick the box that says "...and receive email notifications of replies" and then save the changes.

    I can manually stop e-mails from all existing threads if you'd like?
     
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    Thank you! I need admin level emails on accounts but re: general functions it is way better to operate in a controlled and limited environment because I already have 5 emails to track for business reasons.
     
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    I've manually disabled e-mail notifications for old thread subscriptions, so hopefully that should do the trick :).
     
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