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Please keep an eye out for Wednesday’s email from Moodscope. Monday January 13, 2014

As one of a series of planned improvements, including improved mobile access, we’re upgrading our email system and we may need you to help us to ensure it reaches you. Please read on…

Our membership is increasing daily so we know that it’s important for us to use a system that we know can cope with the increase in volume and offer you more choices.

Because we are changing the way we send them out to you, it may mean that your email provider may not recognize it in the same way and may treat it differently, depending on your security settings or preferences, and send it straight to your ‘junk’ folder or one of your other folder/tabs.

We’re launching the new system on Wednesday, 15 January 2014, so if you don’t receive your daily email on that day, please check your junk folder and tabs. If the daily Moodscope email is in one of these folders, just click on the email and move it to your inbox. This will ensure that all future emails will be treated as legitimate mail and land in your inbox from then on.

Sorry if this causes you any inconvenience, but we really want to make sure you continue to receive your Moodscope reminder email every day.

Thoughts on the above? Please feel free to post a comment on our Blogspot:

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Lois Mon, Jan 13th 2014 @ 10:16am

Glad to hear about the ever expanding reach of Moodscope! Thank you all for all you do :)

Lostinspace Mon, Jan 13th 2014 @ 1:30pm

Ditto the above and if you send out the new e-mail address you are sending from - noreply something I imagine we could put it in our Contact list now and not worry about missing one or in my case forget! Patience, patience - if I am Lostinspace surely I can wait till Wednesday and not be such a bizzy body!

Dan Mon, Jan 13th 2014 @ 6:20pm


Thanks for the site, I've just started using it and it seems great.

I wanted to give a bit of feedback: the email policy seems a little "spammy". I couldn't seem to find an option to turn off my daily reminder email as I didn't want to receive one. Apologies if I've just missed the option somewhere.

The other problem is that I wanted to give my therapist access but I'm sure he won't want an email update on my progress every day, rather just to check it when he needs to.

I hope the above doesn't sound too critical but I thought you'd rather know than not.


curious212000 Mon, Jan 13th 2014 @ 7:30pm

Jon would Iam sure, would like to know you are continuing with the development of his project of Moodscope. Thank you, David.

Caroline Ashcroft Mon, Jan 13th 2014 @ 9:07pm

Hi Dan, thanks for your comments. Firstly, there is an option to stop receiving the daily emails. If you log in and click on the 'Manage Account' link you can turn them off in this section.

Regarding giving access to your therapist, you can send them a link whenever you want to your graph rather than them receiving your score each day. To do this go to the 'Buddies' section. At the bottom of the page is a URL which you can copy and paste and send in an email.

Hope this helps.

e Mon, Jan 13th 2014 @ 9:22pm

At first I thought...oh great...more spam...but I have actually been reading your letters and ---by golly--- several of them have really helped me! Thanks!

Caroline Ashcroft Mon, Jan 13th 2014 @ 10:53pm

Hi David, I am pleased to say that Jon is a very good friend and is happy that we've been able to continue and develop Moodscope.

Caroline Ashcroft Mon, Jan 13th 2014 @ 10:53pm

That's brilliant. I'm so pleased you are enjoying the daily emails.

Dan Wed, Jan 15th 2014 @ 8:21am

Hi Caroline

That's brilliant, exactly what I was after, thank you.


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