Not receiving email notification?

vsp

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Jan 23, 2004
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I've got a few threads I'm subscribed to, set to instant notificaton. I've noticed that I only get emails for them about 60% of the time.

Is this a universal problem with the notification software? Or is there some odd practice of the notification software that I'm not aware of? As an untested observation, it appears to happen more with threads I've either never posted in or haven't posted in awhile. My subscribed thread list still shows them with notification as instant.

Thanks
 

relimw

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vsp said:
I've got a few threads I'm subscribed to, set to instant notificaton. I've noticed that I only get emails for them about 60% of the time.

Is this a universal problem with the notification software? Or is there some odd practice of the notification software that I'm not aware of? As an untested observation, it appears to happen more with threads I've either never posted in or haven't posted in awhile. My subscribed thread list still shows them with notification as instant.

Thanks
This is a side effect of the forum move to a new server. Arn has stated elsewhere that he's working on getting that restored. See this thread.
 

vsp

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Jan 23, 2004
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Chico, Ca
relimw said:
This is a side effect of the forum move to a new server. Arn has stated elsewhere that he's working on getting that restored. See this thread.
My apologies. I thought I had searched through that thread, but obviously not. Thanks for the reply...and the notification worked on this one.
 

russed

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Jan 16, 2004
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well i didnt think i was getting email notification upto this morning that suddenly they are flooding into my inbox like no tomorrow!
 

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