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    To subscribe to a forum all you need to do is click the subscribe button at the top of the forum list. If you have not already done so you will need to set up how your subscriptions will notify you. These are turned off by default so if you have not set up notifications yet then please follow instructions in the second picture.

    Use CAUTION on this, it can generate a lot of email. Please manage accordingly.

    There is also an additional help file for managing your subscriptions that can be found here.

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