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Is anyone else getting multiple emails supposedly from Mozilla Support like this : Summary: How to get community support for Mozilla products.

Changes: --- [en-US] Get community support #178557 +++ [en-US] Get community support #182844 @@ -2,7 +2,7 @@

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-{note}Note: During the process of asking a question, you will be able to create an account or log in to an existing account if you are not signed in to Mozilla Support. {/note} +{note}Note: If you are not already signed in, you can create an account or sign in to Mozilla Support during the process of asking a question. This will change with Mozilla Support/Firefox Accounts integration, planned for July 2019. See this blog post for details.{/note}

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Is anyone else getting multiple emails supposedly from Mozilla Support like this : Summary: How to get community support for Mozilla products. Changes: --- [en-US] Get community support #178557 +++ [en-US] Get community support #182844 @@ -2,7 +2,7 @@ ;[[Image:Get Help|link=/questions/new]] -{note}'''Note:''' During the process of asking a question, you will be able to create an account or log in to an existing account if you are not signed in to Mozilla Support. {/note} +{note}'''Note:''' If you are not already signed in, you can create an account or sign in to Mozilla Support during the process of asking a question. This will change with Mozilla Support/Firefox Accounts integration, planned for July 2019. See [https://blog.mozilla.org/sumo/2019/05/10/sumo-firefox-accounts-integration/ this blog post] for details.{/note} If you want to add a screenshot to help explain your question, please also read: *[[How do I create a screenshot of my problem?]]

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Not really. Go to the article and click Stop article emails link.

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Not really. Go to the article and click Stop article emails link.

Not really. Go to [https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/get-community-support the article] and click ''Stop article emails'' link.

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the only link is to view history which I was reluctant to select. but I did and it takes me to her editing of Mozilla support ..nowhere can I find Stop article emails

the only link is to view history which I was reluctant to select. but I did and it takes me to her editing of Mozilla support ..nowhere can I find Stop article emails

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I found it thanks..never remember subscribing to this. at least I was not hacked.

I found it thanks..never remember subscribing to this. at least I was not hacked.

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cor-el
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Note that your SUMO account has a page to issue the default email settings.

Note that your SUMO account has a page to issue the default email settings. *https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/users/settings
AliceWyman
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This question is "Offtopic" for the support forum (see Forum rules and guidelines). Future questions that involve using the Mozilla Support website, such as stopping email notifications, can be posted to one of the contributor forums.

This question is "Offtopic" for the support forum (see [[Forum rules and guidelines#w_subjects-covered-in-the-support-forum|Forum rules and guidelines]]). Future questions that involve using the Mozilla Support website, such as stopping email notifications, can be posted to one of the [/forums contributor forums].