Change of Address for List
- Dear Listers,
As you noted in a recent announcement from Patrick Janis, technology
chairman for the Czech Heritage Society of Texas, we all have a new home
I just Czeched it out and there are some very nice features.
Please take a moment to revise your e-mail address book for sending your
messages to the list as follows:
OLD ADDRESS: texasczechs@...
NEW ADDRESS: firstname.lastname@example.org
The only difference is in the last name,
change from listbot.com to egroups.com
The web address is:
You can view the features at this address. If you want to add to your
public profile, for example, adding the names you are researching in the
misc area of your profile, or add names to the immigrant database you
will need to sign in (click Sign In in upper right corner).
The program will ask you to enter your e-mail address. This is the
address you receive mail from the list. It will then ask you to enter
your password. This was the password you first entered when you first
signed on to the list. If you've forgotten your password (like I did),
just click on the "forgot password" link and it'll ship out a code number
for you to enter and then you can supply a password to access all the
May I suggest you access the immigrant database and enter the information
you have on any of your immigrant ancestors as soon as possible. This
way you and the other listers can stop in to see who's got who in their
trees instead of having to save all their e-mail messages.
As they say in Czech Texas, "Have Fun, Y'all!"
Sharing. It's What It's All About!
NameSearch: GARZA, ZATTLER, REYNA, FOSTER, SCHACHTNER, STOPFER,
HOLLMAIER, VOGEL, VOGL, WEINZIERL, FINK
Bavarian Towns: Koetzting, K�tzting, Beckendorf b. K�tzting, Muenchen,
Oberreit b. Vilshofen, Sch�nerting b. Vilshofen, Munich, Germany
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