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I originally posted this question on 6th January 2015, the thread ran to 13th December 2016 with no resolution by Chinh Vu despite desperate attempts at the end to just get a reply out of somebody and I eventually just gave up. The thread no longer lets me post to it, hence this new post.
When I attempt to post a link to that thread here, all that happens is that a graphic is apparently inserted, as follows:.
My desire is to receive notifications of NEW threads in a forum to which I have subscribed, or all posts in a thread to which I have subscribed.
It doesn't seem possible to do this anymore, I've just tried, it was possible in 2014.
Is anyone able to help me with this, another year and a half on?
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I just happened to look at this since it was still OPEN, and I'm wondering if you are subscribed to the FORUM in which the thread is posted? If it is from Forum subscription, the Subject in the email will show, for example: TI Designs Forum: , and if from your involvement with a thread, it will just have the SUBJ of the thread Title, not the Forum name.
Also, have you tried unsubscribing using the link at the bottom of the notification:
You received this notification because you subscribed to the forum. To unsubscribe from only this thread, go here.
I'm going to CLOSE this thread for now, any other feedback, feel free to Reply.
In reply to LeonardEllis:
Bill Traynor E2E SysAdmin/DevOps
In reply to William Traynor:
Thanks Bill. Hopefully we can halt the flood of replies to posts that I'm not interested in... Cheers, Tony.
OK, you confirmed earlier that your E2E email preferences (Settings -> E2E email preferences) are set to New threads only. This setting indicates that you should receive email notifications for only NEW threads for forums to which you're subscribed.
You're currently subscribed to the following forums: Hercules Safety Microcontrollers Forum
You have the following four activity settings from subscriptions set as well:
Replies to a thread I'm subscribed toForum threads in forums to which you are the authorForum threads reply in forums to which you are the authorCreates threads in forums to which you are subscribed
Within the Hercules Safety Microcontrollers Forum you have:
Options -> Forum Notiications Set to OnForum Subscriptions for Hercules Safety Microcontrollers Forum set to Yes
After exhausting every angle of investigation we have not been able to figure out why you're getting email notifications for ALL posts in the Hercules Forum when you have configured your settings to only send notifications for new threads.
Can you try unsubscribing from the Hercules Forum, logging out, logging back in an resubscribing to the Hercules Forum and see if that fixes the notifications issue?
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