Before some minutes got an e-mail from creators.ning.com. Is this a spam? Was the network hacked?
|date:||Tue, Apr 24, 2012 at 11:31 PM|
Visit Creators at: http://creators.ning.com/?xg_source=msg_mes_network
Is there a way to find out which of our Ning emails are being kicked back?
I used to operate my network from my gmail account, because that was the only address I received Ning emails on, next to that I have my own personal server but my emails never arrived there. Since yesterday emails have also stopped arriving smoothly in my gmail address. Hope that helps.
I would like to know if this is the case too as some of my recent broadcast messages have generated surprisingly little traffic and users have reported not receiving all of them too.
I've still not got any emails coming through for people joining the site, groups etc etc
Good testing lol
Sweet coincidence for sure if someone was actually testing a bitch at the same moment.
@Denis.....where is the LIKE BUTTON?????? LOLOL
Hahaha that's funny Diane. I am thinking of a similar message to use next time on my network. It's a great way to see how many members are getting the broadcast messages we send. Frame up something that will make everyone talk the way we are commenting on this one.
To be honest, Denis, this message really got the attention of lurkers. I saw a lot of members who commented on Creators who clearly have had accounts for two years or more, but this was the first time they had ever commented on anything. So, from that point of view, it sure did get the attention of people who otherwise don't participate. The spirit of what you are saying sounds right, although you probably wouldn't want a message like this one.
Eric's gaffe has given me 3 days of absolute LMAO, however, now I am getting duplicates of posts that were made on Wednesday, so alas, I must click the "stop following" link. Bummer.
I'm getting the messages again, too. I thought Paula Mary was upset with Eric again. It made me think of this....