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Is there any way to retract and re-do a fan mail, when you realize seconds after pressing the 'send' button that you made a technical or grammatical error?
I believe that the only way to correct it is to send another one, say to disregard the first one and also tell them what you meant to say.
If it is possible someone will say so.
Just say that the debbil made you do it and tell the recipient what you wanted to say - or how you meant to spell it.
You can't edit the already sent fan mail. You can try to send a new one if it will allow you.
I tried to send a new fan mail, but apparently, that is limited to one per customer. The original one is posted; the option to send fan mail is gone. The only available option is send e-mail.
No way to fix the error, and I'm not sure it's worth bothering the person with an e-mail.
That is what I was going to suggest, using an email. I have sent emails about simple things. The people did not seem upset, it depends on how you phrase it.
by Elsie Hagley3 years ago
How to reply to fan mail?When someone sends Fan Mail how do we reply to it on HubPages.
by charanjeet kaur8 years ago
Only few hubbers take the time and leave a fanmail. I think that is a sweet gesture, Of all the fan mails you recieved which one touched your heart most. For me one of the hubbers i admire said you are a welcome...
by Ken Kline3 years ago
I just left some fan mail for a brand new hubber who has not even started. It would be nice to have an option only when no hubs have been written, to detail we are welcoming the new Hubber onboard.
by Marie Flint4 years ago
I do a fair amount of suggesting editorial changes to hubbers when I feel these may be helpful. I despise the challenge prompts testing whether or not I'm a person. First of all, my vision isn't exactly eagle acute....
by John Hansen15 months ago
It appears that the fan mail feature is not working. When you follow a new Hubber the "fan mail" box does either not appear or if it does what you type is continually loading and never sends. Can this be...
by Leona J Atkinson8 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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