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#1 dangedcoyote

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Posted 26 April 2006 - 09:57 AM

I have put a thread into the five day old forum and have begun to get help. Of that I am very greatful! I now have an email comming to me though for every other thing that goes into that forum. how do I stop this? I do want to be notified for when I am recieving help from a member that knows what they are doing but I do not want to be informed for every time a person posts they are like me and has a problem. Now then if you all will teach me how to do what you do I will be glad to look at all those other logs and help when and where I can but for now I am doing all I can to learn my computer issues and resolve them. So what does a fella do?? thanks for all the help and for all the help the great staff here does and bless them for giving of their time like they do!

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#2 alsocom

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Posted 26 April 2006 - 09:53 PM

Have a look at my reply in this topic for instructions on stopping those extra emails. :)

Let us know if you are still not able to resolve the problem.

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