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Thread poster: Deborah James

Deborah James  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 03:08
French to English
Sep 11, 2002

90 percent of the job e-mails I receive,even when Im online as the mail comes in- when I go to the Proz site accordingly the jobs are already closed-(same for Kudoz- but that is rather less important-albeit a very helpful tool- Im not knocking its utility).

I do pay premium membership.

Curious ? Any ideas ? I cannot seemingly directly contact Proz.com except here via a discussion


 

Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 04:08
English to German
+ ...
Check the POP header - use a Support Request Sep 12, 2002

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On 2002-09-11 19:32, D.James wrote:

90 percent of the job e-mails I receive,even when Im online as the mail comes in- when I go to the Proz site accordingly the jobs are already closed-(same for Kudoz- but that is rather less important-albeit a very helpful tool- Im not knocking its utility).

I do pay premium membership.

Curious ? Any ideas ?



You can check the \"travel history\" of incoming e-mails - with MS Outlook, it\'s \"View - Options\" to display the message header. This shows the servers through which the message has passed, and exactly at what time. If you can\'t read the gobbledegook shown there, copy it and send it to Jason at ProZ.


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I cannot seemingly directly contact Proz.com except here via a discussion



Have you tried submitting a Support Request?


 


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