12 July 2007

Blogger/Blogspot Question


I fixed it. I clicked (or un-clicked) some box - something about "show email" what most, if not all of you suggested.

Mucho Thankso


OK - I am gonna do my bestest to ask this....

How come when I get a comment from someone (it comes via email) sometimes it shows their email address, sometimes it doesn't.

Just today, someone responded to a comment I made, it shows noreply-comment@blogger.com. If I comment on someone's blog, I don't care if they have my email or not.

Yet when some people comment on my blog, I see their email address.

Make sense??

(and I just did a test message where I commented myself and my email addy isn't there.

I am making no sense, can anyone help??


Terry said...

Oops... I meant to leave this comment on THIS post, not the previous one...

Hi, Margaret.

Does it have anything to do with the "Choose an identity" option on your comments page?

It says you can choose to be a "Google/Blogger", "Other," or "Anonymous."

I select "other," then enter my name and the web address for my blog.

Maybe some people choose anonymous, either accidentally or on purpose.



Anonymous said...

On your profile it gives you the option to 'show your e-mail'..if you click that button, your e-mail will show up in your comments...

I have replied to your comments because you e-mailed me personally...so I just went in to noreply and changed it in the e-mail I return to you.

I kinda wish everyone would show email...makes responding easier...and more personal.

Gina said...

I'm late, they already answered!

Have a good weekend!

Phoenix said...

Ok, so I have the same problem. You can go into Blogger and click the show email to public button or something and then it comes through....and if not, well I ahven't figured it out yet. But it's a Blogger thing, it's not you.

Anonymous said...

I posted this as anonymous...It didn't even ask for my e-mail address.

Anonymous said...

I sent this using my blogger account.

min said...

I'm sending this using my own URL address.

Any difference?

Margaret said...