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    How do you unsubscribe from all threads. I'm sick of getting so many emails.

    How do you unsubscribe from all threads. I'm sick of getting so many emails.

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    go to 'my account'
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    messaging and notification
    do not subscribe

    hope this works
    have a nice day

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    On next email notification...

    On the next email notification (which you should get from this) look toward the bottom of the message and there is unsubscribe information.

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    Better yet, set up your e-mail to list them

    Quote Originally Posted by grawbass
    How do you unsubscribe from all threads. I'm sick of getting so many emails.
    as junk, browse for anything interesting then empty your junk file with one click.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bike Nazi
    as junk, browse for anything interesting then empty your junk file with one click.
    Good call, i didn't even think of that.

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    Tear it all out! SuperModerator
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    You can also set it to keep you subscribed, but not send you email. Then you can use the "my account" page to keep track of threads you replied to. This the way I do it.

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    With the website update I have lost the unsubscribe button. It is easy to subscribe to threads but I don't know how to unsubscribe. Thanks.

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    Click on 'Settings' next to 'Log Out' it will take you to your 'General Settings'
    In your 'General Settings' you'll see 'Login & Privacy' with a couple of settings, then you'll see 'Messaging & Notification' with a couple of settings, one of those settings iwill be 'Default Thread Subscription Mode'.
    Next to 'Default Thread Subscription Mode' will be a drop down list, click on 'Do not subscribe' in this list and you'll stop receiving emails.
    Last edited by cobba; 02-16-2013 at 06:45 AM.

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    Thanks for the help but I don't have a problem with receiving emails. There are just some threads that I did subscribe to in the past but I now wish to unsubscribe from them. Not all of them.

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    When you receive a email for a subscribed thread, you'll need to open the email and click on the link to 'unsubscribe from this thread', it'll be at the end of the email with another link to 'unsubscribe from all threads'.

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    You are the best! Thanks

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    How do I unsubscribe from threads?

    It seems like every thread I post in gets an automatic subscription and as a result, I get an email every time someone else replies to each thread. How do I stop this from happening? There are a few threads I want to follow, and it would be nice to pick and choose which threads I subscribe to.

    Thanks in advance for any help!

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    someone smarter will likely come along and give you something better, but until then, if you are getting smart phone emails and thats whats bothering you, scroll down on the email, there is an Unsubscribe link, i just click that and they stop, but as for the actual setting so they all stop, i dont know

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    http://forums.mtbr.com/general-discu...ils-61794.html

    apparently, this was discussed previously, better answers on that thread

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    Thanks guys. Got it figured out now.

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    I just let them flood my inbox, then I scroll thru and look at the ones I'm interested in. Then I search my inbox for all emails from MTBR, hit 'view all' then delete. That way, I don't miss the threads I've got an interest in. Like the 'I'm sitting on my dick' thread.
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    Why would you want to unsubscribe??? I feel SPECIAL when I gets emails
    "I have come to kick ass and chew bubblegum....and I'm all outta bubblegum".

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