[Tweeters] E-Bird alerts

Anthony G. birds at ocbirds.com
Tue Jan 29 14:14:17 PST 2019


Hi barbara,
The ebird alerts and needs reports are setup when you login to ebird.org. if you havent changed that setting then i suspect you would want to create a filter and/or a white list in whichever email software you are using and check with your domain provider. Beyond this it would be difficult for anyone to assist as there are a variety of different email programs and/or ways to access email. However if you identify in your reply how you access email i may be able to help further (such as a web browser, outlook, windows live mail, etc.). Be as specific as possible including a version such as Outlook 2010 or Firefox version 64.002 if possible. I would also require the domain such as gmail.com, yahoo.com, wavebroadband.com, frontier.com etc. I suspect it may be Comcast. If thats true, i would call their tech support first and explain your issue and the email software you are using.

Anthony Gliozzo
Camano Island

On January 29, 2019 1:21:53 PM PST, Barbara Deihl <barbdeihl at comcast.net> wrote:

>Until 2 days ago, I had been a subscriber to several counties’ e-bird

>alerts. Then I had a computer problem, got that fixed, but then

>noticed I’m no longer filling my inbox with e-bird alerts. I don’t

>remember how to sign up for them now. If any of you know what I could

>do about this, I’d be ever so beholden. You could contact me off-site

>either through email or phone (I could send you my phone #). As I

>don’t get out birding like I used to, I’ve found that using e-bird to

>find out what the rest of you are seeing, is a real boon. It gives

>more info than just reading the Tweeters posts (but I still love

>Tweeters).

>

>‘Preciate any responses.

>

>Barb Deihl

>Matthews Beach Neighborhood - NE Seattle

>barbdeihl at comcast.net

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