I have the self administration features set up for the e-mail lists. This means that if you want to add or delete an email address, you can do it without (almost) involving me. To subscribe to a list, goto:
Once there, select the desired list from the pull down menu and complete the form. The system will send you an email to the entered address to verify that you own the address. The subject will be similar to: SC Sporting 97 Green Team Mailing List Subscription Confirmation it will be from “green [att] sporting97green [dott] com”. Click on the link in the email, or load it in your browser directly.
You will be taken to a page to enter a confirmation code in an attempt to prevent robots from signing up. Enter the code which is CASE sensitive and click on the “Subscribe Me!” button. If successful, you’ll see a screen titled “Subscription Request Successful” which means that the system has sent me a message requesting you be allowed to join.
Once I log in, I complete the process. To speed it up, if your email isn’t obviously from a parent, please send me an email to “green [att] sporting97green [dott] com” saying who the email represents. While I might be able to guess who “CrownRoyalLuvr23@gmail.net” is, I’m not going to. If the address is JDoe@mail.org or Jane_Doe@email.org I’ll authorize those, assuming your daughter has the same last name.
Once I authorize the email address, you’ll receive a welcome email. Please note that you can only send emails from this address. If you want a second email address on the list, no problem, redo the process for the second address.
Unsubscribing is the same except that once you click the link in the first email to you (assuring, again it is really you making the request), you’re done.
When a message is sent, the message is stored in a searchable, online, archive. If you go to this link you will see the last 20 or 30 messages listed in reverse chronological order. The most recent will be at the top. At the bottom of the list is a search box. Below are links to the two lists currently in use: