Re: [GMF] File - GMF_Information.txt
I've created a group to publish a quarterly newsletter for my fraternity. It has approx 1200 members and I have so far been able to collect about 300 email addresses. In building the member list, I'm finding members are exceptionally slow to respond to the invitation procedure. Many of the members are older and not too adept with computers and the internet.
It would be much easier to use the ADD feature but I see I am restricted to only 10 a day. I would like to publish the first newsletter on or about the 15th of December. I'm asking your permission to be able to exceed the suggested limit so that I can add these members as quickly and efficiently as possible.
I promise I'm not doing any solicitation or advertising.. only an informative newsletter to our members.
The group page is: groups.yahoo.com/groups/SigEp_IndDelta/
Once the initial list is entered additional addresses will be in much smaller quantities and will present no problem.
Your consideration and approval of this request will be deeply appreciated.
[Mod Note: GMF is a user-to-user forum. If anyone can help you with this it would have to be Customer Care:
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