Constructive Dialogue Group
We have a Constructive Dialogue Group. You do NOT need to be a member of our society to join this emailing list.
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Send us an email at email@example.com without texts. Note. Yahoo! will reject messages with the following subject lines: test, hi, hello, status, etc due to their anti-virus policy. DO NOT use these words.
To prevent our group from having junk emails, you will be asked by the webmaster to send him a brief note that explains why you are interested in this group in the approval process.
When you join, you can choose a profile you'd like to display to the group, select the email address at which you'd like to receive group messages, choose how you receive group messages, and more.
If you send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org, our host (Yahoo! Groups) will receive your message. Then, they will send your message to all of the registered members, including you.
How can I reply?
Simply click the "reply" button on your mailer, just like you do everyday to respond to your friends. By doing this, you can send the message not only to the original sender but also to other members.
Is it anonymous?
No. As is the case with regular emails, your name and email address will appear when you send us a message. Also, such kind of information is available on our members-only webpage, http://groups.yahoo.com/group/constructivism. You may use anonym if you prefer, but most members are so far using and publicizing his/her real name, email and sometimes contact address.
Further questions? Any troubles?
Go visit Yahoo! Group Help.
Save email@example.com in your "Favorite Contact List"/"Address Book."
"Create a specific folder"/"Customize filters" for this group on your mailer and organize it better. For example, make your mailer identify incoming messages which have "constructivisML" in the subject and deliver these messages to the folder you made for this group.
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