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    Did you know you could subscribe to individual forums and get daily or weekly summaries of what posts were made? You can't reply via email, but it's still pretty handy.

    When you're in your desired forum, go to "Forum Tools" and click on Subscribe. Then choose the frequency of your email notice.

    If you want an email when someone replies to a specific thread, just choose that option when you Reply to a post.
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