I tried twice to post fan mail to one person, and it shows that I am a fan, but it did not post my mail. Anyone else having an issue with it?
I think the other person has to approve it first. I always get notifications and I have to approve the message before they display on my profile.
Yes, they have to approve it first, as well as comments on hubs.
It shows that I'm a fan, but does not show my fan mail. I did not get the message that says it needs to be approved. I know that, but I didn't get the message.
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