Emails stopped around March 20, 2011
For those readers who lost their email subscriptions around March 20, 2011, that’s the date that Theobloggers changed ISP providers. The result was to change the address that the emails came from. No longer are they from Theobloggers.
Therefore, if you have a whitelist spam filter, the new emails are likely being automatically directed into your Junk Mail, Spam, or Deleted folders. Take a look to see whether OneInJesus emails show up in there. They’ll be from me: jfguin(at)comcast(dot)net. In most email readers, you can click on one of the emails to add my email address to your approved list and the problem will be solved.
New subscriptions since March 20, 2011
The confirmation process for new subscriptions seems to have broken around March 20, 2011. I just found 17 new subscriptions in the last few weeks that were never confirmed. And that’s all the new subscriptions for that time period. (I was starting to worry that no one was subscribing!) The email program is broken, and so I’ve manually approved those new subscriptions.
I’m working with Theobloggers to get that fixed.
Until it’s fixed, if anyone tries to subscribe and doesn’t receive a confirming email, let me know and I’ll manually confirm for you.
Emails stopped around April 20, 2011
I have no idea why that happened or how many people this has affected. I know of at least one account that was receiving emails and then it just stopped — even though the email address is in my database and confirmed.
We’re working on it.
Email subscriptions to Comments
I posted instructions for how to subscribe to comments by email a while back. I’m not aware of any problems with this, except that it’s hardly obvious that you subscribe to all comments via email by clicking on the RSS icon — which is confusing.