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
That is all me, sir. I messed up. My sincere apologies. I was testing some Broadcast Message reports, and I inadvertently sent this to the Creators Network and not to one of my test networks.
Unprofessional. Shouldn't have happened. But hopefully, eventually excusable. I'm open to any and all criticism, and I will be much more vigilant in the future.
Please keep testing. I still cannot send out any emails to my members. This also includes sharing events with all members. Nothing is going out.
Thanks for the info. After this post on Ning Blog we can never know...:
I am not your bitch ! ;-0
Is there any one of us who can claim that they have never accidentally pressed the "reply to all" button? I figured it was something like that, but until your apology email, also thought it could be spam. Thanks for clearing it up Eric. I'm glad to know you are human :)
Definitely more than a bit unprofessional. Thank you for the kind words, Noelle.
No biggie, Eric. We're all human. Thanks for the laughs! :D
Ha-ha- Eric!!! Scared the crud out of me. My site caters to women and I put in a ticket today. I thought that went to all of MY members! LOL!
Next time say- testing, all of you sweet wonderful ladies. ;)
(No problem, I think we can all get past it pretty quickly unless any of feel like we could never, ever make a mistake. NOT ME! LOL!)
Did your heart skip a beat or two when you realised what you had done?
It skipped about six beats.
If it makes you feel ANY better, I found it hilarious. It provided my laugh for the day. Thank you. Test on, young Eric. Test on. Hope the suits don't get too upset with you. It has happened to the best of us!