A couple of fan mails I "sent," do not show up in my activity, like others did, nor on the recipient hubs. Now there are no fan mail boxs on these hubs to resend. Can anyone please tell me what I did or didn't do? Thanks.
Are you talking about leaving fan mail for a hubber you like or about leaving comments at the end of someone's hub.
If your talking about leaving fan mail for a hubber you like and want to follow, then they have to accept your fan mail before it will be shown. Maybe their on holiday or something and haven't as yet seen it.
If you have left a comment at the end of a hub it is up to the recipient to either show it or delete it.
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