I can only assume when a packet is sent out to your email address. I guess you could send out a quick update email a week or two after your update is received, but there are plenty of reasons why that is not a good idea. A lot of people have their email addresses in a public list, and this could be a list with your email address.
Well, it’s possible someone stole your email address and used it to send out emails to lots of different people.
Well, a lot of people have their email addresses in a list that is public, and it would be a huge breach of security to send out an update after a person has already updated. I’m not 100% sure that’s how it works, but it’s definitely possible.
In the background of the game it’s still a good idea to look at your friends’ email addresses to make sure that you remember them. When your friend sends you the updates, you can see that this person has a private email address that you might not have seen before. Or, you can just leave them in your friends’ list.
This will make sure that you know your friends’ names and send them a list of your friends email addresses at any point.
You might not have seen it before, but you should. I just did my own quick check of my email and you’ll get a nice little reminder to remember them.
Eigrp update packets are also a nice reminder of how you got your friend’s email address. Just like you, they get sent out to your friends. You can also add Eigrp update packets to your contacts.
When the update is sent, the update can still take a few seconds to update. After that, you can use your friends email to send out an email to your friends, or even send Eigrp update packets to them.
After you make your friends emails, you can always send those to your friends, or even Eigrp update packets to them after they’ve been sent out.
I’ve learned this because it’s how you can send update packets. So if you want to send out Eigrp update packets to your friends, you could send them a contact update packet, and then they’d just send you a reply.