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Unread 09-17-2006, 02:44 PM   #1
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Hi,
I love Instant Notification... but it's swamping my in box...

Is there any way that the control on it could be changed to be like the instant notification at pbs???

Here's what it says:

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Originally Posted by pbs
Hello,

You are receiving this email because you are watching the topic, "Visions of Whitefeather" at PBS Discussions. This topic has received a reply since your last visit. You can use the following link to go directly to view the new replies. Please note that no further notifications will be sent until you visit the topic.

http://discussions.pbs.org/viewtopic...=446161#446161

If you no longer wish to watch this topic, you can either click the "Stop watching this topic link" found at the bottom of the topic above, or by clicking the following link:
what I like is that it only sends one if you don't visit, but if you visit it keeps sending them...

See what I mean?

I would love for notifications here to be like that. I get so confused with all my messages this way, and opting for once a day... that just isn't enough.
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