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Aug 2019
11:51am, 8 Aug 2019
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paul the builder
Is that a clue? :-)
SPR
Aug 2019
12:01pm, 8 Aug 2019
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SPR
Fetch - It's the wording that probably makes people tick it.

"Notifications
An email if something noteworthy has happened e.g. a mileage milestone, or a message from another user"

Most would want the bold bit. I'm also guessing it only referred to the bold bit when it was all fields?
Aug 2019
7:15pm, 8 Aug 2019
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Llamadance
yeah, I unchecked that and didn't get an email to tell me that I'd been sent an fmail today. Maybe I was too quick picking it up?
Aug 2019
7:52pm, 14 Aug 2019
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fetcheveryone
I agree it’s not the clearest bit of text I’ve ever written :-/

To make it a bit less irritating, the notifications email will only go out to people who have not logged in to the site for at least three days. For all of you regular users who know all about notifications, it should mean you aren’t troubled by it.
Aug 2019
8:10pm, 14 Aug 2019
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Llamadance
that's great, thanks Fetch
SPR
Aug 2019
1:54pm, 29 Aug 2019
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SPR
Just to confirm, the setting does affect Fmail. Of course the I can turn it back on now anyway.

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Is there a way I can disable this without turning off other things?

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