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I log into SE with my Google Mail account, and I regularly get updates of the form "2 new items in your Stack Exchange inbox" to that account. That's great.

However, when I try to subscribe to a tag I get the following:

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Which would be great - except that's not my email address - mine is joe.reddington@gmail.com not joe.reddingon@gmail.com (missing 't') - my question is, how do I change the address that the superscription is going to? (I'm presuming I was asked for it once and mistyped it...)

EDIT- Okay - building on hjpotter's answer (which sent me in the right direction but wasn't the key thing)

The problem was that I only appeared to have an 'edit' tap on my stackoverflow profile - all other profiles were 'slaved'(?) to that one...

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Here I assume. (Profile page --> edit) By default the email field there is set to the one used for the OpenID login but maybe you changed it by mistake at some point. – Shadow Wizard May 23 '13 at 21:59
    
meta.stackexchange.com/a/107343/158667 ? – Mat May 24 '13 at 6:10
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Try these steps:

  1. Go to Stack Exchange website and login.
  2. Open your user profile page. it should be this one.
  3. Click on subscriptions tab.
  4. There should be a link named "manage". Click on it. You'll be presented with a new page where you can edit the email address.
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Accepted but see edit above :) – Joe May 24 '13 at 8:15

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