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Hi @warren is there an application for these?
ps. no need to reply, testing notifications!
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@cfastie this is @icarito (Sebastian) sysadmin at publiclab. Please confirm you got this message? Thanks!
@icarito I did not receive a notification.
@cfastie thanks! I got this message (when I checked my spam folder)
@icarito Thanks for the tip. On September 20, gmail started to collect the notifications in the Spam folder. I had checked the gmail "Junk E-mail" folder, which is apparently something quite different. The "Spam" folder is not displayed by default, but the "Junk E-mail" folder is. Now I know.
testing again please disregard if you get this email
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