Thanks, Ron. I don't
remember changing anything in my email settings recently, and I'm
pretty sure I'd remember if I'd changed that setting. Is anyone else
seeing this, or am I the only one?
Ron Newman wrote:
On Feb 19, 2010, at 10:11 AM, Mark Rosenthal wrote:
About a week ago, meetup.com started sending an email every time
someone votes that he likes an idea for a future meetup. If one
person votes for 12 ideas, that's 12 emails cluttering up our
mailboxes. I've received 185 of these emails in just the past 5
days! I suspect that's what's driving people away.
I don't know it's possible to turn these off group-wide, but each
member can turn them off individually.
Go to http://www.meetup.com/bostonphp/settings/ and uncheck these two
posts an idea for a Meetup
likes an idea for a Meetup
then hit the red Submit button at the bottom.
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