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Thread Subscription Email

It would be most helpful if the subject of the thread to which one were subscribed were appended to the subject line in the Email notification.
Rather than getting an Email notification with the subject of
"FICO Forums Subscription: 1 New Message"
it might have a subject of
"FICO Forums Subscription: 1 New Message - Re: what do i need to do for a 350?"
Folks might respond to a thread with a topical, legit question a week or so later, and if they see no response might get discouraged and go away. Perhaps even coming over to the dark side of CR forums.
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Registered: ‎03-05-2007

Re: Thread Subscription Email

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Thanks for the detail on that, Noah! I'm going to take note of your suggestion. :smileyhappy:

Message Edited by Raine on 06-27-2007 11:56 AM
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Re: Thread Subscription Email

I've been responding with my Blackbaerry now for the last couple of days... Thanks Raine!
Great idea Noah!

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