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Our Email Aliases will be inactive August 8 and 9, 2016 to allow for conversion to a new system
Exciting news! The board has purchased a combined internet communication product.
One of the first things to be implemented is the transfer of the email aliases from our current email provider to the new one. The new product will be able to keep all emails sent to the email aliases for historical purposes, something CoDA does not have currently.
This will require the email aliases to be inactivated during the switch-over. We anticipate this to take a day, but as has been experienced in the past, changes, sometimes, don't go as planned.
Please mark your calendars for August 8 and 9 as ALL firstname.lastname@example.org email aliases will be inoperable. This may create a bounce back as a reminder, it may not. This will NOT affect your inbox or you being able to send emails to trusted servants to their individual emails.
As a reminder, these aliases are simply a forwarding process, no alias has a password. To avoid being hacked, one way is to make your password difficult by adding symbols, replacing letters with numbers or symbols or making it random. Having your personal CoDA email address hacked, has nothing to do with any CoDA affiliation. Many users from all walks of life use simple passwords &/or click on attachments in emails, or get a virus by visiting an infected website; it's not a CoDA issue.
Thank you for your patience!
The CoDA Board email@example.com
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