On Apr 20, 2022, 3:40 AM Indian Standard Time, I received this email from Stack Exchange (do-not-reply@stackoverflow.email):

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This question is off-topic. It is

closed and not accepting answers.

Question: Why are contact pages not consistent?

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Link of the closed question: https://meta.askubuntu.com/q/19700 (The question has been closed and deleted, so normal users might not able to see the post.)

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I do not think that this kind of email is appropriate when the OP cast a close vote on their own question. I request the staff to fix the issue.

The "What should I do next?" instructions are irrelevant to the OP as the OP was one of those who cast the close vote.

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    So you probably hadn't read your inbox notification saying that it was closed, and your email settings then made the site send you this, because you asked for emails...
    – Luuklag
    Jun 9 at 9:25
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    Well - then again, if he closed his own question, and he didn't lead a mysterious double like like Tyler Durden... he would be aware he closed it, which would be the core of the issue.
    – Journeyman Geek Mod
    Jun 9 at 10:12
  • @Luuklag I have changed my question a bit Jun 9 at 10:33


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