SEPO E-News E-Mail Guidelines
"Do Not Reply"
Concerning Replies to SEPO E-Mails
Hi All – I know we have had lots of new neighbors move into Sunshine this year. So, the following may be new to some of you. This is also a reminder to those of you who have seen my ‘do not reply’ request before.
My ultimate goal with this e-mail is to help you understand why you shouldn’t reply to a SEPO e-mail unless you are requested to do so. I am going to attempt to explain how things work when you want an e-mail sent to the community.
A resident sends information that he/she wants the SEPO Community to see by e-mailing that info to firstname.lastname@example.org. The Guidelines for requesting a SEPO e-mail to be sent are located on the Web site here. (NOTE: These guidelines were updated today, 11-11-2020)
The e-mail request from the resident comes to the sepoenews mailbox, which is monitored by the SEPO E-Mail Admin. At the current time, that is me, Beth Parrish.
Upon receipt of an e-mail request, please give me 48 hrs to send it out. However, I often get them sent the same day. If your request is an emergency – let me know that and I will get it out as quickly as I can.
When preparing to send the e-mail a Resident requested be sent out, I copy and paste it into a system called Send-In-Blue. That is why you see the ‘unsubscribe’ message and Logo at the bottom of each e-mail sent.
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5. When you receive a Community E-Mail from the Send-In-Blue system the following are constant:
The ‘From’ always says SEPO Community.
The ‘To’ is the e-mail address that you, as a Resident, has supplied to me.
So now – in ending this long explanation – here are the KEY points to remember:
I am the only one who receives REPLIES to the sepoenews mailbox.
That means I am the one who would need to ‘forward’ your reply to the composer of the e-mail. I do forward them sometimes, but I cannot guarantee all your replies get to the person you had intended to see it.
I am sure most of you know I do spend a lot of time working on SEPO communications – E-Mails, Web site and the Newsletter. I am happy to volunteer to do this, but also want you to understand some of what I do and why I request ‘no replies’ to e-mails sent out. OK – I’m done now. LOL.
Thanks for your understanding with this matter.
SEPO E-Mail E-News Admin