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how do I get the posts emailed to me

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Merv Miller Posted: Tue, Jun 27 2006 6:32 PM
Since I've signed up for the new list, new posts are not being emailed to me.  Where is the setting for that?

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In addition to reading the Forums on the Web, now faster and more full-featured, you have three options for receiving Emails:

  • Subscribe to one or more Forums
  • Subscribe to any "thread" (a post and all its replies)
  • Receive notifications of replies to my posts

You can choose any or all of these options. To make them work, first be sure you are set to Receive Email:

  1. Click on your name in the upper right corner of the Forum.
  2. Click on your Email tab.
  3. Select Yes for Receive Emails
  4. Press Save Changes.

To receive all posts from a Forum:

  1. Click on the Forum, e.g., Time Matters.
  2. Click on the Forum Options buttons in the bottom left corner.
  3. In Send Email, select: when new posts are added in this forum

Repeat the above steps for each forum you want (Time Matters, Billing Matters, PCLaw, etc.)

To subscribe to a thread (all the responses to a single post):

  1. Open a thread by clicking on it in a Forum.
  2. Click on Enable Email Subscription in the top left.

To receive notifications of replies to my posts:

  1. Click on your name in the upper right corner of the Forum.
  2. Click on your Email tab.
  3. Select Yes for Enable Email Notifications...
  4. Press Save Changes.

You can use any combination of these different Email options.

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