That may seem an odd request, because obviously fan-mail is generally to be greatly welcomed, but I've just realised that one piece of fan-mail I received, and presumably inadvertantly approved, doesn't actually contain any kind of comment at all, but is nothing more than a link to a website. Is it possible to remove fan mail like this?
Kill at will.
Gosh thanks paradigmsearch, that was really surprisingly easy. I did spend time looking for the solution - I must be blind to have overlooked that option under 'activity'. Anyway thanks for that - problem solved!
by Susan Reid5 years ago
When I get a notification that someone has posted new fan mail and I click on the link it goes to a list of my fan mail which appears to be in reverse chronological order.The new fan mail isn't even there! I have tried...
by SEM Pro7 years ago
Naturally, receiving any fan mail is great. I tend to take things literally though so before posting, the question to tell the world what I think of that author stares me in the face and I write a mini recommendation.On...
by Nspeel5 years ago
I am assuming this is a new feature added on just recently because I never remember it doing it before but anyways I have ended up with a lot of blank fan mail because the two are linked together someone wants to follow...
by John R Wilsdon5 years ago
I have some fan mail, but whether I press accept or deny I am told there is a problem and I may want to report it. What do I do now? thanks, John
by Tammy5 years ago
I am not sure if I am filing this under the right forum, but I was helping my mother yesterday set up an account for HP. She joined to be a reader instead of a writer. I approved her fan mail she sent me, but when I...
by Leona J Atkinson6 years ago
Why can't we reply to Fan Mail? I just had a Fan send me a message and I don't see anyway that I can reply to it. Is there a way? Thanks.
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