Many areas of the website use the senders that are created on the site to generate emails, form submissions, and general notifications.
In order to set up or manage these senders, you will need to follow these steps:
- Select the Welcome drop down menu.
- Click the Communication link.
- Select Manage Senders from the second row of tabs.
- Click the Add New Email Sender button.
- Input the Sender Name, such as Board of Directors.
- Enter in the Email Address. Be sure to use a domain email.
- Enter in the same email address in the Reply To area.
- Select the Category that an admin must have access to in order to use this sender.
- Click the Save button.
- Once saved, click the Return button.
Existing senders can be managed by clicking the Pencil Icon to edit or the Trashcan Icon to delete a record.
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