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  • Re: Inviting people to a Yahoogroup

    ... Not true. You can send an invite to any email address and it will be delivered. However, if they don't have a Yahoo account, they will need to do one of

    marks@bellsouth.net 6 hours ago
  • Re: Inviting people to a Yahoogroup

    Rod, Hi and welcome! ... You should be able to enter any email address into the Invite form. If the member will not need or want access to your group's web

    shalfarley 6 hours ago
  • Inviting people to a Yahoogroup

    Hello, I’m new to this group, so hello everyone. A friend of mine and I moderator a Yahoogroup. My friend has noticed that it appears we can no longer invite

    borninfulton 7 hours ago
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Would you like to be a better Yahoo! Group Owner and/or Moderator? We discuss our experiences as Yahoo! Groups Owners and Moderators, share our ideas for promoting and customizing content areas, and offer various techniques for managing groups. We strive to provide a resource of the highest quality for Owners and Moderators alike.

The Group Managers Forum (GMF) was founded as the "Club Founders Forum" (CFF) using the original Yahoo! Clubs service. Yahoo! acquired eGroups on 6-28-2000 and relaunched it as Yahoo! Groups on 1-25-2001. Yahoo began migrating Y!Clubs to Y!Groups on 2-6-2002. A "grub" refers to a group that was once a club.

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