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Old Jul 13, '04, 1:14 pm
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I am subscribed to 30 or so different threads and my profile is set up so that I get an e-mail when someone posts to one of those threads. This has been working great and I have depended heavily on those e mails to keep up with the discussions.

For the last couple of days, I have received few, if any, e mail about new posts to my subscribed threads, yet when I check, there are new posts.

Has the system changed or am I doing something wrong, or is there a better way to keep up with my subscribed threads?

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Old Jul 13, '04, 7:37 pm
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I am subscribed to 30 or so different threads and my profile is set up so that I get an e-mail when someone posts to one of those threads. This has been working great and I have depended heavily on those e mails to keep up with the discussions.

For the last couple of days, I have received few, if any, e mail about new posts to my subscribed threads, yet when I check, there are new posts.

Has the system changed or am I doing something wrong, or is there a better way to keep up with my subscribed threads?

Thanks
Yeah, I noticed that too. I didn't receive any notifications for a day or two, and then, today, they started again.

Probably a server problem.

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Old Jul 14, '04, 5:30 am
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Things seem to be back to normal again for me, too! Whew! I'm addicted to these forums and I was beginning to sweat!

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