There are just too many possible explanations for what you saw.
The right thing would be to tell him you noticed these emails, tell him how you feel about it, and pay careful attention to the way he reacts -- body language, emotions, words -- and run it through the filter of what you know about him already.
Then you decide whether this is something, and he is someone, you need to worry about.
That's the right way not only because it's fair to him, but also because approaching it with an open mind gives each of you the best chance to see what's actually happening here.
My feeling is that it shows that maybe I don't mean so much to him and am not as important to him as he is to me.
I recently went out of country for 3 weeks an now I feel like what if he met up with someone while I was gone?
I've been dating my wonderful boyfriend for almost two and a half years. I recently discovered that he (unlike me) has kept his online profile this entire time.
I used his computer to look up a recipe since it was on the kitchen table, and I saw that he still receives emails from the site recommending matches -- and he reads them! -- Online You are not "wrong" -- or "right" -- to be weirded out by this.
Most people who do online dating have profiles on more than one site.
I don't believe he is actively using the site, and I know he's not cheating on me. It's a feeling based on a fact, and so denying or correcting yourself would be an early step in ignoring information just because it's negative. What matters now, and where "right" and "wrong" are valid, is what you do with the information.
It would be wrong to come out, accusations blazing, and corner your boyfriend on the profile and the emails.
We have also gotten them several times a month for the past three years.
He left his profile up, but stopped subscribing and has never logged on. They appear as "read" because, when I click on it to delete it, I open the message.