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New Drupal Module released - Comment Subscribe

March 16, 2008 - 00:33

We are happy to announce the release of yet another Drupal module. This time it is the "Comment Subscribe" module that will allow anonymous as well as registered users on a drupal site to subscribe to replies to their comments. The module will send notifications to the subscribed users about the replies to their comments or replies to their comment's children.

You can read more about the module and get yourself a copy of the module from
Comment Subscribe module home page on
The module has also been ported for Drupal 6.x. You can read the announcement from
Announcement on forums about porting of Comment Subscribe Module to Drupal 6.x
You can download any of the releases for Comment Subscribe from
List of Releases of Comment Subscribe module

Post your comments / questions

good to see this module, function same in WP?

ps. i see this website rename "not verified" to "visitor", me too :P


This is to complete the subscription test :)

It doesn't work to me

It should work :). The comment will be in the moderation queue and only once approved and a reply gets posted will you get the notification.

Testing if the comment subscribe module works

It works :)

only time will tell

This is great! I liked having this feature back when my site was using a WordPress platform and I had to give it up when I moved over to Drupal as I thought I could no longer have it.

Looks like the comment subscription is working :-)

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Thanks for the tutorial, it is very helpful.

I haven't tried Drupal but I do know that Wordpress sites already have this plug-in. Frankly, sometimes it's annoying to receive the reply in my emails and I have to opt out. I'd much rather visit the site than to get spammed in my inbox.

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