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How do I stop Email Notification from techpowerup ?

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like the title says

I have unchecked email notifications in preferences of my account but keep getting emails every time I post and someone post after ?
 
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There is a button "Unsubscribe" at the right upper corner of the window open in your email provider.
 
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ah thanks, atm I just stopped my emails being sent to my PC lol windows 10 flash up you have email about 110 times lol was getting on me nerves heh.
 
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ah thanks, atm I just stopped my emails being sent to my PC lol windows 10 flash up you have email about 110 times lol was getting on me nerves heh.
You can also choose NOT to have Windows Mail linked to any functional inbox - which is probably a good recommendation. Its by far the most clunky email client you can use IMO.
 

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You can also choose NOT to have Windows Mail linked to any functional inbox - which is probably a good recommendation. Its by far the most clunky email client you can use IMO.
Oh yes, the latest and rebranded version of Outlook Express. I remember using that years ago. :laugh: I eventually tried out Outlook and never looked back.

Anyway, just preventing emails as vayra86 explained should stop the flood of alerts.
 
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