Here at Vridar we’ve changed our WordPress email subscription/notification plugin yet again.
If you have received an email and you wanted us to alert you when we publish new posts, then you don’t have to do anything. However, if you have received an email alert and you don’t want it, you’ll need to unsubscribe. (See the email for a link with instructions to stop receiving notifications.)
For anyone reading this post who subscribed in the last eight months, I’m sorry, but you’ll have to subscribe again if you want to receive email notifications when we publish new posts. We have no way of subscribing blog readers by proxy.
We apologize for any inconvenience.
Thanks for reading Vridar!
–Tim Widowfield and Neil Godfrey
P.S. We have stopped using Subscribe2 and re-enabled JetPack Subscriptions. If anyone wants to know the gory details behind the change, ping Tim privately here: widowfield “at” gmail “dot” com
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2 thoughts on “Vridar Site Maintenance — Email, Again!”
Since a few months I do not receive email notifications any more. I have to follow the blogs on your website. Can something be done about it?
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