Maybe it's my computer maybe it's Hub. Is there anyone who knows the answer to this problem?
How do you know you have received fan mail?
Should be available here:
Yes, I was about to ask Suzzymilkmaid if it might be possible that she hasn't got any Fanmail to read.
If you have received any fan mail, there will be a notice of it in the Hubtivity report on your profile page. When you click on the highlighted link in that notice, you should be able to read the fan mail. If there is no notification, then you have not received any fan mail yet. If there is a link, but it will not work, then contact the Hubpages team and report it as a problem.
I thought perhaps she might be wanting to re-read what she had left as fan mail for someone else. I have tried doing that, and if the fan mail has not been approved, then it is not available for viewing, even for the original author - at least mine has not been.
Frankly, I believe you and camlo are correct in your first comments; but suzzy's brand new, and sometimes those first questions of a newbie are not worded the same way they will be a few days or weeks down the road.
OR - are you talking about fan mail that you have written to someone you are following?
Did you notice she just joined?
Should she be expecting any fan mail this soon??
Honestly - the most likely probability is that she is fishing for traffic. I bit, and it was not worth it. Don't bother.
Aficionada, I understand your point, and it is a good one. Now we have covered just about all possibilities.
Pcunix, sure we did. Thus my first question, although she had one follower when she made the OP, so one never knows...
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