Official Communications Library Newsletter or Notifications

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Official Communications Library Newsletter or Notifications

Postby marmat » Wed Nov 30, 2011 8:55 pm

Does an Official Communications Library newsletter or notification system exist? (I know about the online archive on LDS.org Leader resources, but its manual to go check) Aside from the stake president receiving communications directly in the mail I am not aware of such system.

If there is please let me know! If not, take this as a suggestion, thanks!

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Postby lajackson » Wed Nov 30, 2011 9:38 pm

marmat wrote:Does an Official Communications Library newsletter or notification system exist? (I know about the online archive on LDS.org Leader resources, but its manual to go check) Aside from the stake president receiving communications directly in the mail I am not aware of such system.


The stake president also receives them by e-mail at his Church account. I think that is the only "notification" system, since he is the intended recipient anyway.

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Postby marmat » Wed Nov 30, 2011 9:40 pm

lajackson wrote:The stake president also receives them by e-mail at his Church account. I think that is the only "notification" system, since he is the intended recipient anyway.


OK I didn't know he received them by email. Never donned on me to ask. Is there a way to turn on the emails for the stake executive secretary as well?

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Postby lajackson » Wed Nov 30, 2011 9:52 pm

marmat wrote:OK I didn't know he received them by email. Never donned on me to ask. Is there a way to turn on the emails for the stake executive secretary as well?


I don't think so. It is the unit leader's specific Church e-mail account and, unless he gives his password to someone else, he is the only one who can access it.

I guess I should also clarify that he has to go to the account to check for mail, which our stake president does regularly. He receives a lot more stuff than just First Presidency letters.

I am not sure if he can set it up so that his desktop e-mail client can fetch the messages for him. Many e-mail sites allow that, but some do not. I do not know if this particular site does.

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Postby crislapi » Wed Nov 30, 2011 11:07 pm

lajackson wrote:I am not sure if he can set it up so that his desktop e-mail client can fetch the messages for him. Many e-mail sites allow that, but some do not. I do not know if this particular site does.

ldsmail is just a mask placed over a gmail account. As such, the emails can be forwarded to another email address. Once logged in, go to settings (gear icon) > Mail settings > Forward and POP/IMAP and click on the button that says "Add a forwarding address". This same section can be used to connect the account to an email client.


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