Communicating with Other Members

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Communicating with other members of the Archivopedia community is easy.

There are three main methods of communication

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EMAIL

Sending email allows the most privacy. An email is sent privately to the member you are trying to reach, and your communication is not documented by the software. Report any abuse of this feature to an administrator.


To send an email to a fellow user, first you must know that user's id. Then simply type User:[username] in the search box on the left side of the screen. This takes you to the user page of the individual you are trying to reach.

 Sample: User:[Admin1]

Next, look at the toolbox options.

Click on the link marked "E-mail this user".

Preferences

At this time, if you have not already established your preferences, you will be prompted to do so at this time.

Specifically, you will need to be sure you have entered a return email address. You will also need to select the checkbox "Enable e-mail from other users" and, should you choose, "Send me copies of emails I send to other users". Save any changes you make.


You will be required to confirm your email address before you may proceed.


After your preferences are set, you are ready to email other users of Archivopedia.


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