Grammar error: use of 'only'
Excuse my grammar naziness.
The word 'only' is used incorrectly in a few places. The grammar rule is that the word 'only' qualifies the phrase that follows it.
"You currently only receive email when this bug is closed."
"You currently receive email only when this bug is closed."
As it stands, the implication is that I only receive email. I don't read it. I don't forward it. I do anything else with it except receiving it.
There are other examples of the error as well, e.g. when I want to unsubscribe from bugs.