How to turn off daily "Open question reminder"?

I got third day in a row "Open question reminder" for my unanswered question. Is there a way to turn reminders off or change the reminder interval to 1 month or something? Right now I don't see such option at Notifications and subcriptions settings.

I still hope that someone can help me wiht my original question, but the daily spamm is really annoyng :(

"The following questions of yours are still unresolved:

Please consider one of the following actions:

  • Accept an answer (click the grey check mark)
  • Answer your own question, then accept your answer (find the 'Answer my own question' link underneath your question)
  • Edit your question for clarification
  • Add a comment for more information from an existing answer
  • Close the question, if it's invalid

If your question is still legitimate and you'd like to await further answers, please do!"

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So sorry Jaan! It should only send once. I'll try to fix this tomorrow, hopefully you'll only get one more message. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Being responsible spam citizens, we should also make it an email preference. That was an oversight.

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