How to Unset/Set the Digest Mode in “ILUG-C” Mailing List


Hai Friends,

Lets see “How to Unset/Set the Digest Mode in ‘ILUG-C‘ Mailing List”

What is the Digest mode?

The Digest mode is a setting that allows each subscriber to receive approximately two emails per day containing all the individual posts to the List. At 4am and 4pm of each day, an email is sent out containing all the individual posts for the previous 12 hours. If you find that it is too difficult to receive individual posts as they are sent to the List, you can set yourself to receive the Digest. This helps to reduce the amount of messages in your inbox by sending you only two emails per day rather than 30 or more individuals posts from the List.

View of Digest Mode

View Of Non-Digest Mode

If you already set the digest mode and now you want to unset the digest mode, Just go to “ilugc.in” and select the “Join Mailing List” under “Mailing List”

Go to ilugc.in

At the bottom, you can see the “ilugc subscribers” part and give your mail-id and click on the “Unubscribe or edit” option

Go to Ilugc Subscribers Part

Give your password

Enter Your Password

If you forgot your password select the “Remind” option

Forget your password? We'll Remind !

Now,After entering your account, you can see many options.

See the options

Here in digest mode, unfortunately you selected the “On” option, you were receiving Bulk digest mode mails.

Digest Mode

If you want disable this option and want receive individual posts as they are sent to the List, just select the “Off” option.

That’s All !!! 

Still if you have any doubts, feel free to ask me.

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