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tiam
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Is it possible to get an email when a new comment is posted on any of my own items? If not that would be a cool feature I think :)

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flashjunkie
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Is it possible to get an email when a new comment is posted on any of my own items? If not that would be a cool feature I think :)

Use your RSS feed :)

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PatrikL
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Is it possible to get an email when a new comment is posted on any of my own items? If not that would be a cool feature I think :)
Use your RSS feed :)

I agree with flashjunkie, use your RSS Feed for it. Easiest way

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DanielKeller
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MSFX
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Is it possible to get an email when a new comment is posted on any of my own items? If not that would be a cool feature I think :)
Use your RSS feed :)
I agree with flashjunkie, use your RSS Feed for it. Easiest way

most email clients will allow you to track RSS Feeds and so you can deal with it all in one program…

I use Thunderbird :)

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DanielKeller
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most email clients will allow you to track RSS Feeds and so you can deal with it all in one program…

I use Thunderbird :)

thanks Matt, I’ll try that out :D

I use iGoogle

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tiam
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Thanks a lot for your help!! I will use rss then :)

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MSFX
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I use iGoogle

I used it for a while but I dont like using Google for everything, scared they’ll pull the plug one day and the world will collapse lol :P

Thunderbird is lush though, all my email accounts (10+) and RSS 8 )

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Joost
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I used it for a while but I dont like using Google for everything, scared they’ll pull the plug one day and the world will collapse lol :P

The change that a smaller company to which you’ll trust only some of your stuff will collapse is drastically bigger – that’s why I like keeping all my stuff at a place I trust instead of having to find several different ‘trustees’ ;)

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DanielKeller
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I use iGoogle

I used it for a while but I dont like using Google for everything, scared they’ll pull the plug one day and the world will collapse lol :P

Thunderbird is lush though, all my email accounts (10+) and RSS 8 )

that reminds me of the sitcom “the IT crowd” where the girl explains to clients: “when you search for the word “google” on google search… you gonna destroy the whole internet” lmao hehe

btw I have only 1 email, so iGoogle is ok for me

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