said yesterday 16 September 2007 about Google's Blogger that:
Comment moderation email appears broken and without formatting in many email clients. Until this is fixed, the Approve and Reject URLs should be visible at the very bottom in the literal HTML. You can also moderate comments by going to the Posting > Moderate Comments tab in the Blogger interface.
What's weird is that I haven't had that particular problem. I've had a different problem, or should I say "issue", instead.
Normally comment moderation emails on my blog look like this (I get my Improbulus emails via POP on Outlook; I've blanked out my comments mod email address):
And after publishing, the published comment emails look like this (ditto):
Look at the Subject line of the email. In both cases you'll notice that the subject line has the title of the post clearly stated in it.
However, since Friday 14 September comment moderation emails (and published comment emails) all look like this - the title of post isn't in the subject of the email anymore, only the title of my blog:
I really miss that feature. It was very handy to see at a glance which post a comment was on. I don't know if Blogger deliberately disabled it, or could it be part & parcel of the "broken" comment moderation email syndrome?
I see I'm not the only person with this problem, at least one other person has posted about the same issue in the Blogger Help Group.
Here's another weird thing. I doublechecked them, several times, and my interface language preferences in both Google general preferences and the Blogger dashboard are set to English (UK). But since yesterday, I've been getting various notes in Blogger in German:
Am I missing something really obvious? If not, what gives at Blogger?? And does anyone know how to change the German bits back to English (UK)?