You can send fanmail by following that person. You will then see a place on the user's profile page where you can enter and submit fanmail to that person. If the fanmail is accepted then it is also displayed on the user's profile page from time to time.
Simeonvisser is correct. Just follow his instruction carefully.
by Elizabeth 5 years ago
For several months now (almost since I joined hubpages) I have been getting harassing, threatening and ridiculous comments from the same person. I originally encountered her in a forum, and she has not left me alone since. She repeatedly leaves me harassing fan mail, none of which has...
by Sid Kemp 6 years ago
I have a friend who made a big blooper in a fan mail he sent me. I know that each person can only send fan mail to one other hubber just once. But my question is, if I deny this fan mail and delete it, can he try again? If not, is there a way for him to edit/revise it so I can post it?
by Adam Vogt 4 years ago
Hello! I became a Follower of a poster, but did not take the option of leaving a Fan Mail at that time. Now, a little later, I want to send a fan mail that can be posted, but the only option under the Fan Mail section of the poster's account is to send an email, which I know is not the...
by Andrew Hawkley 9 years ago
On your profile the first four people who leave you fanmail remain permanently fixed there. Shouldn't it be more like commenting on myspace where the last people to leave a comment appear at the top? I've nothing against the first four people who left me fanmail; it was very nice of them but it...
by Jill Spencer 24 months ago
I tried to leave fanmail both yesterday and today but could not. Instead, I get the message, "You don't have fanmail." Anyone else having this issue?
by Misha 11 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...
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