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    quiltingboard.com

    I received nothing from quiltingboard.com today. Is something wrong?

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    I didn't get my copy of the email yesterday, either.
    I sent forward lots of complaints from others.
    I consider the emails useless junk and never use them anyway.

    I am not at all involved in the emailing of the digests and newsletters.
    The only thing I can do is send this forward.
    I hope they find a solution for you soon.

    The first and most important thing to remember is that the emails are not the board.
    They are only a link to a smattering of thread links.
    They are rarely the newest threads and barely scratch the surface of all that's available here.

    If you know you want to come to the board often, the emails are a waste of time.
    they slow you down.
    why wait for an email?

    You never need those emails to connect to the board.
    Just come straight to http://www.quiltingboard.com

    If you like starting with the sample list of links, go to the Resources tab.
    Make sure to keep exploring, though, so you don't miss any of the good stuff. :-)

    You can add it to your browser favorites/bookmarks, put a shortcut on your desktop, or (if you are a total QB junkie like me) you can make it your home page.

    Try using the direct route.
    You might find you like it better. :-)

    Check your junk/spam folder.

    Even though you have asked to receive the emails, many services treat them like junk anyway.
    They disable the links or send them straight to spam/junk.
    They sometimes don’t make it through to user inboxes – not even to the junk folders.

    Also, please add QB email to your safe senders list.

    You may already have done the following. If not, please do:

    Please take the following steps to add a contact to your safe senders list:
    1. Open your email account (example: AOL, Gmail, Yahoo! or Outlook).
    2. Locate your “address book” or “contacts”.
    3. Add patricej@quiltingboard.com, quilting@lifestyle.ibemail.com, and info@quiltingboard.com to your address book or list of contacts.
    4. Save your changes.

    If your email program provides for it, also add patricej@quiltingboard.com, @lifestyle.ibemail.com and @quiltingboard.com to your list of safe senders (or the equivalent).
    I Quilt, I Nap, I Quilt Some More ... Aaaaah, The Good Life!

    I also have an eddres you can use if you need to contact me with questions or suggestions that relate to our community: patricej@quiltingboard.com

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