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BTINAZ Multiple email notifications of replies
Member 28th Jun, 2009 21:41
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Over the past couple of days, I have gotten at least seven (7) email messages from secunia.com telling me that there were replies to my forum question to which I had not responded.
However, I did reply, except I entered the Forum through my program rather than through the email, because that way, I'm already logged in.
Isn't the system able to determine that I've replied unless I login through the link? And why do I get so many duplicates within a short period of time (all timed within ten minutes or so)? Is this a technical issue that needs resolution? Today it was three; yesterday it was another three.
Thank you for your help.
P.S. I still haven't gotten any response to my posted question about not being able to print or cut & paste the scan results so I don't have to copy them by hand. I have muscle spasms in my hand & arms. It makes writing difficult, especially for an extended time.

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eSKzHvZreJxktYLUd4jN1oy... RE: Multiple email notifications of replies
Member 2nd Jul, 2009 15:27
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I can at least answer the second question. You can copy text from the PSI, but you need to use the shortcuts Ctrl+c and Ctrl+v.
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Anthony Wells RE: Multiple email notifications of replies
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Last edited on 2nd Jul, 2009 16:38
The Emails I get don't ask for a response , they just tell me someone has contributed to one of my threads & let's you catch up when you want.

Occassionally I get a repeat of an Email ; but when you get a lot all at once it often means someone ( a poor typist or a slow thinker ) like me has gone back into their reply & has edited it so it makes some/better sense - the Email you get should say reply or edit if you look closely.
Afterwards I delete them as you can get quite a lot blocking your in-box.

I'll do two edits which might give you 3 Emails :o))

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BTINAZ RE: Multiple email notifications of replies
Member 3rd Jul, 2009 02:07
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Thank you for your suggestion. I wasn't familiar with keyboard shortcuts.

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BTINAZ RE: Multiple email notifications of replies
Member 3rd Jul, 2009 02:08
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I think after getting a dozen or so messages for the same forum that it was multiple exchanges between the two same individuals going back and forth...Thanks.

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