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This question was answered on 3rd of January 2011, 08:31 AM

Delete Twittermail "Overflow" Link?

Posted by SMS Secrets — 26th of December 2010, 05:25 AM

A post was accidentally triggered for an email forwarded by a Gmail filter that shouldn't have triggered. I deleted the tweet from Twitter, but how do I now find the Twittermail "overflow" link from the web so the contents of that deleted tweet cannot be found? I'm talking about the bit.ly link in the tweet that leads to a http://twittercounter.com/tweet/MessageIDgoesHERE where the entire message can be seen. Please help!

Arjen Schat

Posted on 29th of December 2010, 04:55 AM

Can you email the message id to me on arjen@twittercounter.com I'll delete the message for you.

SMS Secrets

Posted on 3rd of January 2011, 07:09 AM

The problem is that I deleted the tweet from Twitter before writing down the link. The Twittermail link is not deleted when I delete from Twitter and can therefore be found with Google or other search engine. Isn't there a way we can see and manage all 'click for more' links that are generated thru our Twittermail accounts??

Sam Wierema

Posted on 3rd of January 2011, 08:31 AM

There is currently no way to do that. However, if you could tell me the link for the tweet I could delete it from our database.

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