All you ClickZ readers who’ve tried to edit your e-mail subscriptions this week know we’re having some hiccups in our system, the result of migrating to new servers and templates. The most egregious problems are failures of the site to subscribe and unsubscribe people on request, but we’ve also had reports of e-mail confirmations not received and e-mail coming from an unrecognized “elabs6” domain, instead of ClickZ.com.
Please accept our apologies for any frustration you may have experienced, and know that the breakdown is very temporary. We at ClickZ take your subscription preferences seriously, and we’re doing our best to iron out the kinks as quickly as we can.
Finally, we’re aware there are also a few problems with the Web site itself. All part of the joy of switching servers.
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