Why did I get 28 e-mails from Yahoo answers when I only got 3 best answers?

Why did I get 28 e-mails from Yahoo answers when I only got 3 best answers? Topic: Index case sincerely yours
June 24, 2019 / By Adriane
Question: Yesterday - 8/24, I got like 28 e-mails from Yahoo!Answers - but for the same 3 Best Answers. What gives? Is it fixed?
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Tex Tex | 10 days ago
I'm pretty sure it's a publicity stunt to get on all the networks and generate buzz for Y!A. But in case it's something else, you can report it as spam here, off of this link, http://help.yahoo.com/help/us/mail/spam/... which may help escalate the issue. Here's the log link http://messages.answers.yahoo.com/answer... Best of luck! TGIF! (BTW, do you hear that? Yes. It's silence. No more emails. There's a cease fire in effect.) Seriously, here's the latest from the forum: "Hi everyone, We have been experiencing some problems with the notification emails for best answer, and we are completely stopping them for the time being. You'll still be credited for your best answers. We just won't be sending out the notifications for them until we have this fixed. Please let us know if you're still noticing any strange activity. Thank you for your patience, and we sincerely regret any inconvenience we have caused due to this problem." And now it's fixed!
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Tex Originally Answered: What makes a question so good that it ends up in the 'Best of Answers' on the yahoo answers front page?
Often it is the simple questions that are picked to appear on the 'Best Of Answers',not necessarily the most intriguing or complex.Currently one of the questions being showcased is..."What is the deepest part of the sea?",a question that you would think most people would know the answer to, but in fact may not be so.I once had a question that was featured and it was "What are some tips for making the perfect barbecue?"I suspect that it was picked because it was Summertime in the U.S. when many people were outdoors firing up their grill.The questions featured are often seasonal like that,Halloween questions will be featured at Halloween time etc.One requires a bit of luck to be chosen,to hope that the Yahoo! staff come across your question and decide to use it.Your questions should be interesting and have a broad appeal,something that many people often wondered about but don't necessarily know the answer to.If you think that you asked a question that meets these requirements, you can email the staff and ask them to have a look at your question for consideration to the "Best Of Answers' Your question should also have gotten at least one or two very good responses.This method worked for someone in the past,so you never know,it just might work for you.(I assumed in my answer that you were interested in making it onto this section) ◘
Tex Originally Answered: What makes a question so good that it ends up in the 'Best of Answers' on the yahoo answers front page?
That is something a user can't influence, it's the Yahoo Team which decides what may be interesting enough to get displayed on the front page.

Placid Placid
Nope. I'm getting about 150 mails an hour for the same 15 correct answers. It's really starting to piss me off, too.
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Mahlon Mahlon
Hey i got total 497 best answer notification. I am really mad at yahoo ppl now. Damn, Still my total points as of now is 1631(If all best answer notifications were worth 10 pts u wud've got 4970 points) Blimey yahoo's full of glitches. They are actually notifying without reason Cmon, i really got tired of deleting those notification, too tired that i dont even care for best answer anymore
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Mahlon Originally Answered: I come here to Yahoo Answers and I can read so many question and answers about the bible Jesus?
I know Yeshua, who are you? I've never heard or read anything about you, for all I know you're fictional. Furthermore, there are many people today throughout the world who were born and are born without proof of their date of birth. The Jews in His day never disputed His genealogy and by far, most reputable historians will acknowledge His existence. To deny His existence is to deny the truth. To place an exact date of His birth and age is not probable to my knowledge, but using a variety of sources, scholars tend to point to a time period within a few years of each other. This is from the Bible Encyclopedia: 6. Death of Jesus: Jesus was put to death in Jerusalem at the time of the Passover when Pontius Pilate was procurator of Judea (Matthew 27:2; Mark 15:1; Luke 23:1; John 18:29; John 19:1; Acts 3:13; Acts 4:27; Acts 13:28 1 Timothy 6:13; Tac. Ann. xv.44), Caiaphas being the high priest (Matthew 26:3, 17 John 11:49; John 18:13) and Herod Antipas the tetrarch of Galilee and Perea (Luke 23:7). Pilate was procurator from 779/26 to 789/36 (Ant., XVIII, iv, 3; v, 3; compare Schurer, op. cit., I, 487, note 141); Caiaphas was high priest from 771/18 to 789/36 (Ant., XVIII, ii, 2; iv, 3; compare Schurer, op. cit., II, 271) and Antipas was tetrarch from 750/4 to 792/39. If the first Passover of Jesus' ministry was in 780/27, the fourth would fall in 783/30. The gospels name Friday as the day of the crucifixion (Matthew 27:62 Mark 15:42 Luke 23:54 John 19:14, 31, 42) and the Synoptic Gospels represent this Friday as Nisan 15-the day following (or according to Jewish reckoning from sunset to sunset, the same day as) the day on which the paschal supper was eaten (Matthew 26:17; Mark 14:12; Luke 22:7). But the Fourth Gospel is thought by many to represent the paschal meal as still uneaten when Jesus suffered (John 18:28; compare John 13:29); and it is held that the Synoptic Gospels also contain traces of this view (Matthew 26:5 Mark 14:2; Mark 15:21 Luke 23:26). Astronomical calculations show that Friday could have fallen on Nisan 14 or 15 in 783/30 according to different methods of reckoning (von Soden, EB, I, 806; compare Bacon, Journal of Biblical Literature, XXVIII, 2, 1910, 130; Fotheringham, Jour. of Theol. Studies, October, 1910, 120), but the empirical character of the Jewish calendar renders the result of such calculations uncertain (Schurer, op. cit., I, 749). In the year 783/30 Friday, Nican 15, would fall on April 7. There is an early patristic tradition which dates the death of Jesus in the year 782/29, in the consulship of the Gemini (Turner, HDB, I, 413), but its origin and trustworthy character are problematical. 7. Summary of Dates: 1. Birth of Jesus, 748/6. 2. Death of Herod the Great, 750/4. 3. Baptism of Jesus, 779/26. 4. First Passover of Jesus' ministry, 780/27. 5. Death of Jesus, 783/30.

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