Messages From beadingaholics

 


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#72517 Feb 28 3:10 PM

This is just a notification to members. The moderators have been working to

assist two former members who have experienced problems unsubscribing from

the group. This is a problem Yahoo knows about, but so far none of their

suggestions have worked for these two members. After going through the

unsubscription process these ladies are still receiving all the group

messages. They do not show up in the group's member list so the moderators

can't do anything, we can't remove anyone who isn't there. So you see the

problem.

I just wanted to let people know about this in case anyone else encounters

this problem with this or any other group. If I find a working solution

I'll pass it along.

Eva



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#72524 Feb 29 5:14 PM

Just for a temporary solution, if the ladies are using Outlook to manage their email, they could just write a rule that automatically deletes the notes so that they will never end up in their in box. Or, they could write a rule that puts them in one place and they could physically delete the notes they don't want, one or all.

Betty Leeper

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#72538 Feb 29 5:03 PM

Maybe, as a stopgap, the members who wish to unsubscribe could block the group email addy. Or, they should be able to go into yahoo groups and do it that way. I'm technologically challenged, so these are just possibilities. Good luck.

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Imagine



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#72552 Mar 1, 2012

I know one member was having a big problem with it because she gets her email on her iPhone..so she would get 20 texts at a time from our group. I can really understand how frustrating this would be :( I can't imagine why Yahoo can't fix it..it worked before.

jme > >

> > Just for a temporary solution, if the ladies are using Outlook to manage

> > their email, they could just write a rule that automatically deletes the

> > notes so that they will never end up in their in box. Or, they could write

> > a rule that puts them in one place and they could physically delete the

> > notes they don't want, one or all.

> > Betty Leeper

> > ---Links-Are-Forbidden--- m






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