Create A Mailing List

Overview

A mailing list can simplify sending messages to a large group of people. You can add a group of email addresses to a mailing list to avoid typing in those addresses each time a mailing is sent. This can be very useful when sending newsletters or other updates to large groups of people.

 

Create A Mailing List

Steps
  1. Set the following:
    • List Name - Enter the name of your new mailing list.
    • Password - Enter the password to your new mailing list.
    • Domain - Select the domain you want your new mailing list to be used on from the drop down menu.
  2. Click on the Add Mailing List button.
  3. When the page loads, you should see a confirmation statement. Click on the Go Back Link.
  4. You will see a two-column table consisting of the following information:
    • List Name - This entry is the name of the mailing list you entered in Step 1 above.
    • Functions - You have three functions available.
      • Delete - Click on the Delete link to delete the associated mailing list.
      • Change Password - Click on the Change Password to modify/change the associated mailing list's password.
      • Modify - Click on the Modify link to configure, manage, and use your new mailing list. The mailing list manager uses a third-party web based application called Mailman. You will need to enter the password for the mailing list you created in Step 1 above and then configure your new mailing list according to Mailman's instructions at one of the following locations:

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