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"lost" Pocket Query Results

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Hi,

 

I tried to run a pocket query last night for the first time and I think I had it set up correctly but didn't get anything in the email when I logged in. I looked at the Pocket Query page under my account and see that they ran last night at something like 12:04am. On the bottom of the page I left the mark saying to send it to the email associated with the account.

 

Any ideas about how to get the data?

 

Thanks,

 

Ron Gerth

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Check your spam filter. Also, remember to ZIP the file.

 

When I used Yahoo and Comcast email, they would occasionally flag my PQs as spam and I wouldn't get them in my inbox. I now send them to gmail and have no problems.

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OK, I turned my spam filter off and did ZIP the file. Will it run again today if I click on Friday or should I click on Saturday and wait over night?

 

Ron Gerth

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If it ran yesterday, it should run today. If it ran today, you can build a new one just like it and have it run today as long as you haven't hit your daily or weekly limit.

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Thanks to all that helped me out. I got a different email account (went with a gmail account) and set the spam guard to basically off so that the zip file doesn't get it flushed right away. Now I am able to get the query results right on time.

 

Thanks again,

 

Ron Gerth

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