Hey beloved readers of this blog,
I’m in the process of migrating this blog and my website on to WordPress. If you’re a subscriber, you’ve received an email with a login which was erroneously sent prematurely. I’ve received questions about it. No it wasn’t a complete mistake, except that it’s not live yet. But we’ll most probably launch this week. Yippee!
Sorry to confuse anyone…Here’s the explanatory note from my web developer who’s assisting me in this process:
I added an
extra bell and whistle that prevents them from seeing WordPress’s default
subscriber management section (the thing several people are referring to as the
admin area). There’s a bit of a redirect conflict going on between
the subscriber login prompts and the tool used to hide the site under
construction. Once the site goes live, the conflict will go away.
general, since we are moving subscribers from one service to another we had to
do 2 things. Send them an email so that they could opt out from this new
service that we opted them into. While they were subscribers before,
technically this is new and we have to legally give them notice and the option
to discontinue so as to avoid noncompliance with the Spam Act.
the notice was not supposed to be sent until after the site went live.
Email was turned off, but it appears that WordPress found some alternative way
to get a message out. Godaddy may have some new backup email option that
kicked in, I’m not sure but this is a one time thing.