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I was just told onscreen "YOU HAVE BEEN UNSCRIBED & WILL NO LONGER

RECIEVE EMAILS."  What did I do???  i don't want to be unsubscribed!

 


by Patra   17 Posts 
Posted on 7/11/2011 2:46 PM
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Patra, it happened to me, too.  By clicking on the wrong thing in the email, you unsubscribe from email notifications from the site.  However, you can adjust your account settings again and get the email notifications.  You aren't unsubscribed from the site; just the emails notifying you that someone has posted something.
by stCheshirecat   2625 Posts
Posted on 7/13/2011 1:54 AM
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Was it on this site?  We may be a bunch of people that are hurting but as far as I know, and have seen it is ok to grieve the end of a marriage



by Jamesalone   4936 Posts
Posted on 7/11/2011 10:20 PM
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Made me laugh! great response...I won't worry, then...thanks for caring~!
by Patra   17 Posts
Posted on 7/11/2011 3:47 PM
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It most likely is an error.   If it totally kicks you out.  Then just make a new profile and start again.   Everything gets glitches.   Don't think you did anything.     I am sure it'll get worked out or you can work around it.....  smile.    I'd like to unsubscribe from my ex!!! Let's see if we can make that happen!  :)
by freedomfighter   599 Posts
Posted on 7/11/2011 2:50 PM
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