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CajunKing
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Roadfood Newsletter - Mon, 02/4/08 10:09 PM
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Is there some sort of magical word or phrase or ????
I need to do in order to get the newsletter?

I have set RF as an acceptable address, undid my filters

and check my trash and bulk daily and I still don't get the newsletter (I would have used the crying smiley,but there isn't one)

HELP PLEASE
PRETTY PLEEZE
PRETTY PRETTY PLEASE WITH A CHERRY ON TOP
PRETTY PRETTY PLEASE WITH A CHERRY AND SPRINKLES ON TOP


Pigiron
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RE: Roadfood Newsletter - Mon, 02/4/08 11:28 PM
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There's a newsletter?

UncleVic
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RE: Roadfood Newsletter - Tue, 02/5/08 12:14 AM
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Click on "Preferences" at the top of the page (top right)... Then check the box "Put me on your mailing list".
CK - I emailed you the latest one I received.. (I was done reading it). If you need more previous issues, let me know.. Should be around here somewhere.



mr chips
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RE: Roadfood Newsletter - Tue, 02/5/08 5:46 AM
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quote:
Originally posted by Pigiron

There's a newsletter?
Yes, but you have to know the secret handshake.

CajunKing
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RE: Roadfood Newsletter - Tue, 02/5/08 11:42 AM
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Originally posted by UncleVic

Click on "Preferences" at the top of the page (top right)... Then check the box "Put me on your mailing list".
CK - I emailed you the latest one I received.. (I was done reading it). If you need more previous issues, let me know.. Should be around here somewhere.


Thanx UV

I do have the box marked and it has been marked, still NOTHING.

I am beginning to think Stephen doesn't like me

RibDog
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RE: Roadfood Newsletter - Tue, 02/5/08 11:48 AM
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CK,

Make sure it did not get stopped up at your mail server as spam. I am on Roadrunner and this sometimes happens before it gets down to my computer.

John

Jim Ross
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RE: Roadfood Newsletter - Tue, 02/5/08 1:29 PM
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check your email address for typos also, I realized I wasn't getting the newsletter so checked and it had an email address I haven't used for 3 years.

CajunKing
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RE: Roadfood Newsletter - Tue, 02/5/08 1:37 PM
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RD - I have "emails@roadfood.com" set as an allowable address, it is not showing up in my bulk or trash

JR - I get the messages sent from others through the forum, just NO newsletter

I even put on a fresh shirt and deoderant and still no newsletter

CajunKing
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RE: Roadfood Newsletter - Tue, 02/5/08 1:40 PM
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quote:
Originally posted by UncleVic

Click on "Preferences" at the top of the page (top right)... Then check the box "Put me on your mailing list".
CK - I emailed you the latest one I received.. (I was done reading it). If you need more previous issues, let me know.. Should be around here somewhere.


Now I am REALLY paranoid, UV gets it and is not an insider and I an insider don't???

"CajunKing sits alone in the corner and starts to sing 'No body likes me everybody hates me, Im gonna eat some worms...'"

Stephen Rushmore Jr.
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RE: Roadfood Newsletter - Thu, 02/7/08 12:07 PM
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CajunKing, I don't know what else to tell you. Have you double-checked your profile to make sure you have the right email address?

The Travelin Man
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RE: Roadfood Newsletter - Mon, 12/28/09 12:39 PM
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I just wanted to throw up some kudos to the recent changes that have been made in regards to the (now weekly) newsletter.  While I have always enjoyed reading about the Sterns' upcoming travels, radio appearances, etc., I think that the new format engages more of the "stealth" Roadfooders - those who have registered, but never previously used the discussion forums.  I have noticed that whenever a thread is featured in the newsletter, there are usually quite a few "new" members who post to that thread.  The reality is that these are not really "new" members, just members who have never (or very infrequently) posted to the forums.  In the currently featured thread (bad restaurants that stay in business), one of the posts today is from someone with a total of three posts, but who has been a Roadfood member since 2001!

I like the idea of more folks integrating with the newsletter, the blog, the website/forums and the Facebook.  So, to whomever was responsible for these new changes, thanks!

i95
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RE: Roadfood Newsletter - Mon, 12/28/09 4:52 PM
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The Travelin Man


So, to whomever was responsible for these new changes, thanks!


 

You're welcome.


Stephen Rushmore Jr.
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RE: Roadfood Newsletter - Mon, 12/28/09 5:04 PM
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The Travelin Man

I like the idea of more folks integrating with the newsletter, the blog, the website/forums and the Facebook.  So, to whomever was responsible for these new changes, thanks!


Thanks for the feedback!  We were hesitant about the weekly format because we didn't think we could have enough to write about every week.  Now that we made the switch, the opposite is happening.  We have MORE than enough content and something always gets cut.  Thanks for your terrific contributions.