I'm not sure most of them are months old. Most of the ones I'm seeing are from the current OT days. Could be when they put the new format in place and I was NOT getting the email notification about comments on a thread for quite some time.
Most aren't particularly annoying. I just go to the part of the email that says to stop getting notification to click and it deletes you from the thread.
As far as I'm concerned it no 'fig bucking deal' to paraphrase the 'cussing with eloquence thread! Wonder if I can get a TU or TD for this post? LOL
Sometimes you have to burn a few bridges to keep the crazies from following you!
I came here to post about this, since I've seemed to get all the ones that I've since deleted. It's NBD, but I get all excited that somebody wants to talk to me, and then... *sad trombone* it's an old one.
I too have been getting daily e-mail notifications for the past two months for old posts (Nov.) from old threads. Not OTD threads - regular forum threads. Have received 4 already today. What's even more bizarre? I'm not even subscribed to any of these threads any longer.
Okay, it's 5:30 p.m. & I'm now up to 16 e-mail notifications for threads with no new postings & to which I'm no longer subscribed. WTF? I know it's no big deal & I can just delete them, but really now. If I'm no longer subscribed to them, why is COTH still sending these to my e-mail address?
Last edited by Bacardi1; Dec. 27, 2012 at 06:29 PM.
I got several old notifications for PMs that I never received notifications for at the time they were sent. These PMs took place after the change-over and I assumed not getting notified was just part of the new forum, until I started receiving normal, on-time notifications. Now I have been receiving several notifications for old PMs over the course of the last couple weeks. I just figured it was the forum playing catch-up....a month late...
Same here. And now I'm getting notifications for the exact same posts (from Nov.) over & over every day. Since I'm no longer subscribed to the threads, don't see where there's anything I can do about it from my end.