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New Subscriber Features
Russell Woodford <>
Mon, 3 Apr 2006 14:23:50 +1000
At long last, we have some rather nice new features you can utilise
as a Birding-Aus subscriber. You might like to bookmark the
following page that takes you to the Birding-Aus subscriber area on
the Vicnet website.
1. PASSWORD You can now set yourself a password to use with the
list. This gives you access to where you can change your member
settings etc. If you don't already have a password, you can go to
the member login page, enter your email address, and the system will
generate a random password for you. YOU CAN CHANGE THIS any time you
login. If you need a hand with this you can ask me to set you up with
a password of your choice. It will cost you $5 a time (no - just
kidding - but please don't all ask me to do this as I have a real job
I must get back to now...)
2. NO MAIL - stay subscribed, but just turn mail off for a while if
you need to go away. Then you can reactivate birding-aus mail by
going to the member page and clicking one box. It's a quicker method
than unsubscribing then resubscribing.
3. DIGEST - Daily digests are now available.
4. You can set digests to MIME or PLAIN TEXT
5. You can get a special acknowledgement email once your message is
delivered [OFF by default]
6. CONCEAL your email address on the subscriber list
There are a few other features as well, but not all are turned on
yet, or are just being tested for a while.
I hope this makes the Birding-Aus experience a little smoother for
Birding-Aus List Owner
Geelong Victoria Australia
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