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Old 08-06-2012, 05:27 PM
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How do you remove the topic subscriptions without doing it page after page after page after page?
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Hi Steve, the subscriptions you have, are controlled by the settings you have in your user control panel, usercp.

Here you can select any and ALL subscriptions to delete which you no longer want to receive notices of new posts. From this page you can also change whether to receive email notices of new posts.

http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/su...ewsubscription

Under Edit Options, Default Thread Subscription Mode, you can select your Default Thread Subscription Mode: Do Not Subscribe, and you will not be automatically subscribed to threads you create(post) or replies to threads which you respond.

http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/pr...do=editoptions

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Yes, I'm familiar with those pages. I just have like 35+ pages (700+ threads) of subscriptions and didn't see a "Delete All Subscriptions" (like all at once) option. Having to delete them one page at a time is time consuming. Once before I had like 100+ pages of subscriptions ........phew that took forever. I favor the subscriptions but if I don't clean out the old ones the file becomes HUGE.
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Near the top of your subscriptions, right hand side, you can check a box which selects everything on the page. Then scroll down and the drop down box select delete. Not certain, but I think you can then select the next pages and do one delete for all selected.
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Ok thanks, I'm doing that ...... one page at a time. LOL
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