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From: Karen
Sent on: Saturday, February 2, 2013 7:33 PM

 

 

Purpose of this email: to decrease spam from our hosting website meetup.com

 

Description: meetup.com headquarters recently initiated some annoying automated emails that go out after each event you attend, entitled "stay in touch" and "good to see you". Since these automated emails are automated, some may think they are disingenuous. If you are like me, you may want to stop these emails to cut down on your spam. They are likely an effort by meetup.com to simply remind us who they are for marketing purposes (e.g., branding)

 

How to stop them:

1. go to "my profile" in the upper right of your Paddle Arizona home page, and select "email and notifications" in the drop down.

2. uncheck to 7th box down from the top entitled "post event greetings for Meetups I've attended". The box was checked by default several months ago when they decided to add this to your emails (to automatize your feelings. )

 

Regards

Dave Zirin, President

Paddle Arizona

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