[Talk] Saving wasted postage
busmgr at auug.org.au
Tue Jul 30 13:40:56 EST 2002
I receive the mail at the AUUG office. I have double checked our database
and there is only one entry for you (as is the case with all members). The
only address I have for you on that database is the one..."P.O. Box...."
As with AUUGN etc AUUG mail is only sent to that list, so you should only
receive one copy. The only exception was recently when the conference
brochure was mailed - I included some other lists - ie past conference attendees,
and such, who were non-members, so that we could reach a larger audience.
That said, I have checked the labels used for the conference brochure, and yes
you were on another list- as a past conference attendee- I had aimed to delete
all members from these labels - obviously yours slipped through.
Feel free to contact me off-line, and I will be happy to go through your membership
details which I have on record for you.
Let me know if you are having problems with the auugannounce list and recieving
more than one copy. My records show that I updated your details on 15 Jan 01 -
I included a new email address and deleted an old one.
AUUG Business Manager
> -----Original Message-----
> From: talk-admin at auug.org.au [mailto:talk-admin at auug.org.au]On Behalf Of
> Greg Black
> Sent: Tuesday, July 30, 2002 12:24
> To: Greg 'groggy' Lehey
> Cc: talk at auug.org.au
> Subject: Re: [Talk] Saving wasted postage
> Greg 'groggy' Lehey wrote:
> | On Monday, 29 July 2002 at 18:35:32 +1000, Greg Black wrote:
> | > I have been getting two copies of mail about the Conference for ages
> | > now and nothing I do to try to stop the wasted extra copy of these
> | > items has been successful. Does anybody know how we can work on
> | > this?
> | In the course of migrating the membership database, I hope we'll be
> | able to do something about it. In the meantime, have you contacted
> | Liz and told her the names that are on the mailing labels?
> I have posted the multiple labels to the AUUG office on more
> than one occasion. I don't know who gets that mail or what
> happens to it. I do know that this has not worked to stop the
> wasted postage. If you or anybody else can tell me what to do
> to get the extra data removed, I'll be happy to oblige.
> FWIW, the name on both labels is identical (perhaps with extra
> spaces between elements, but that's hard to be sure of with the
> fonts used). The only difference is that one label has "PO Box
> xxx" while the other has "P.O. Box xxx".
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