I tried to approve fan mail but then it posted the same fan mail multiple times. When I tried to delete the extra copies of the same fan mail post, it deleted all of the copies, not just the one. I lost the nice fan mail someone sent to me because of this issue.
I looked at your account and see that you were sent a fanmail email message on the 19th and that you successfully opened it.
In most cases, if there is a duplicate message, the system will flag it as such and stop the user from additional duplicate messages.
Unfortunately, it sounds like you accidentally deleted the message and there is no method to recover deleted fanmail messages.
by Peter Owen 7 years ago
Might be dumb question, but how do you respond to Fanmail? I went into the fanmailers profile but there was no button to send him a note
by Misha 10 years ago
If it is possible, I would like to see two features added to the fan mail.First, I want to be able to edit the fan mail I left. There were a handful of cases when I accidentally hit the post button before the text was completed. Or even worse, when I pasted something alsolutely unrelated into a fan...
by Susan Ng Yu 9 years ago
Is there a way to choose whose fan mail appear on the top four which is what appear on our profile page? I have some nice fan mail that are buried.
by Laura Schneider 5 years ago
Be careful, I just got the following ad in my fanmail. I almost approved the fanmail, too, until I checked the URL and found it led to a commerce site. I suspect I'm not the only one in HubPages to receive such fanmail, either, so be vigilant. Here's exactly what it...
by ronhi 6 years ago
Wouldn't it be great if i could post a second fan-mail to hubbers i follow?
by tnvrstar 7 years ago
How can I check my fanmail?I didn't use hubpages for a long time and now I don't know how to check my fan mail as hubpage changed their layout. Please help me to find it. Thank you
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