Today some fan mail I received went missing after I had clicked on the "approve" button. This is the second time this has happened. Unfortunately in both cases I don't remember who posted the fan mail. Anyone else had this problem, and is it important?
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Hi - I really don't remember who the two fan mails were from. It's on the fan mail page that comes up when you click fan mail from the account page. I clicked on "approve" then went back to the stats page. Whuen I looked at the fan mail page again the mails were missing. So it's not on the page called "tonymac04's 1076 Followers" but the one simply called "fan mail" which you get to by clicking the fan mail link on the account page.
I thought this happened to me, because I went back under 'fan mail' to see someone, and it appeared that the mail was gone, but in reality, they had been a fan for a while and had just recently left mail.
Anyway, long story short, the fan mail was moved down in the list, coordinating with when they originally fanned me.
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