Anyone else spammed by Warrior forum?

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4 emails in a row. All exactly the same: 2016-04-22_1037 - callenb's library
and they just keep coming.

I think they really want me to order: "Email Spike - LeadGrab Personal License"

lol...

If any mods see this, you may want to let the tech team know that something could potentially be screwed up with the auto-replies today.
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  • Profile picture of the author Bamm
    Originally Posted by Brad Callen View Post

    4 emails in a row. All exactly the same: 2016-04-22_1037 - callenb's library
    and they just keep coming.

    I think they really want me to order: "Email Spike - LeadGrab Personal License"

    lol...

    If any mods see this, you may want to let the tech team know that something could potentially be screwed up with the auto-replies today.
    Thanks for the heads up Brad. We'll look into this.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tom Addams
    I adore my WF emails, and for many reasons.
    • The emojis. (Or "stickies" as my daughter now informs me I should call them.) I find they make my inbox decidedly more pretty.
    • The use of "Re:" in subject headings. Since "Re:" is the common format of an email heading in reply to one's own emails, I frequently dive into such emails with unrestrained abandon. Without the inclusion of "Re:," and subsequent said abandon, and though I am of course forgetting in these moments never having in fact emailed WF in the first place and, thus, have a somewhat slim chance of reading their reply, to an email that was never written, in the first place, without that inclusion - well - I would have missed the content within. And truly, "content," absolute misnomer. Treasure, yes, treasure - far more accurate.
    • Calls To Action. Now, this is rather a sore point, though I do in fact appreciate their presence in WF email headings. My wife, and I do love her, utterly, decidedly more than a case of the flu, and only partially less than a hot morning bagel, my wife is a long time listener of myself loudly proclaiming my adoration of WF calls to action, the strains of which can often be heard in the nearest town (so fervent is my adoration), and has recently taken it upon herself to follow suit, yes indeed. I am writing to you from an office decorated with Post Its (Or "stickies" as my wife now informs me I should call them, in, I suspect, her bid to make my life less confusing). An example? "LAST CHANCE: Put the toilet seat DOWN. I do own a pair of scissors, you know?" So. Bit, bit of a sore point, although . . . Although, I do think it speaks volumes about the effectiveness of WF as a learning institution. My wife, and I love her, utterly, a great deal more than athelete's foot, so adept is my wife at calls to action that, at the time of writing, I've only had one of two potential visits with her scissors. And - and, just to point out - her education was received at a distance. Imagine how good she'd be if she read the emails first hand!
    Now, I could (I hope it goes without saying) go on, however, I would like to put forward just one complaint.

    I never get enough WF emails.

    - Tom
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