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How to manage Beam email notifications

Getting a lot of emails from Beam? Here's how to make it stop. By default, at least in my experience, Beam seems to send an email notification every time someone you follow on the service goes live. If you follow a lot of frequent streamers that can get very old, very fast. Fortunately, it's easy enough to manage which channels send you notifications or just make them go away altogether.
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