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08-18-01, 01:09 PM
I notice you did an e-mail notification test. Mine hasn't worked since I registered a week ago. I checked and double checked my e-mail address and it's correct, but no notifications. Is it just me???? :(
08-18-01, 01:47 PM
Mark, Im not sure :( It works for me, on all my test acounts, Dirtgrinder is also not reciving the emails, i reset the email server, and checked all my settings. Right now im having the forum dev team look into this problem.
Is anyone else having this problem? If your not sure, click on the [Receive updates to this thread] link at the bottom of this page, when somebody else replies to this post, you should recive an email.
08-30-01, 12:31 AM
08-30-01, 12:41 AM
Depends what your options are chris :) You can also sellect the Email Notification box on your posts to have an email sent to you, each time somebody replys in that thread. You actualy dont even need to post to that thread to get the emails! Just click the [Recive updates to this thread] link at the bottom of each thread.
I think i have found the problem with the email feature. With the server move, the reply address changed from email@example.com, to something like firstname.lastname@example.org, this snoturtle.serverhost.com domain is not resolved when your email client does a reverse DNS lookup. Your email client then figures the email is spam, and deletes the email before you ever recive it. This is usualy done at the ISP level.
I now know the problem, and the server host is trying to figure out how to fix it, hopefully this will get fixed soon! :)
09-07-01, 10:15 PM
Im still working on this problem :( I'll let you guys know when this gets back to working 100% normal.
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