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webmaster
Hi there!
My name is Gina and I will be your friendly neighbourhood webmaster for the next 4 years (at least, that's the plan 😉)

 

 

I'll do my best to answer any and all questions you have in regards to the website and/or your email. Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for assistance.

The idea is to have some frequently asked questions answered here, some basic instructions, etc. Please feel free to send me requests for what may be of use to you on this page.

 

 

With your position at the Area level comes an email account. There are 3 ways to retrieve your email. 

  1. The most straight forward method is to log into your Webmail account.
    You can read, reply to, compose new, and delete emails from here.

  2. Many of you will likely have your Area email forwarded to your personal account. This is not ideal for a number of reasons but the one you will most care about is that you WILL still have to access your Webmail account and manually delete emails (which in itself is a 2-step process). 

  3. The best solution (but also the more complicated/advanced one) is to import your Area email into whatever you are already using for your personal email (Outlook, GMail, etc.). I won't bore you with techno talk... if you are interested in exploring this option, please let me know and I will walk you through it. The good news is that we'll only have to do it once and you can forget about Webmail all together.

 

If you chose to use Webmail or have your Area correspondence forwarded.. here's what you need to know:

WEBMAIL ACCESS

  1. Access webmail here: area84aa.org/webmail
  2. Log in using your email address and password
    (If you do not have or know your password, please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for help)
  3.  After successfully logging in, you will be redirected to your Inbox

 

READ, REPLY TO & FORWARD

  1. Double click on any message to open
  2. You can then reply or forward to another recipient
  3. Click on image below for larger view

    inbox

 

 

COMPOSE MESSAGE

  1. Select 'Compose' from the top Toolbar
  2. Enter the recipient email address, your subject, and message
  3. Click on image for larger view

    compose

 

 

DELETING MESSAGES

  1. Select messages to delete: Windows - Hold down your CTRL key and click on multiple messages | Hold down your ⌘ key on a MAC and select multiple messages OR
  2. Use 'select all' at the bottom of your screen
  3. Then click the 'Delete' button located on your top Toolbar
  4. This doesn't actually DELETE your messages yet - it merely moves them to your Trash folder
  5. You will then need to click on your Trash folder on the left and repeat the process to purge deleted messages
  6. Click image below for larger view

    trash

 

 

USING YOUR SETTINGS TO EMPTY TRASH FOLDER UPON EXIT OR LOGOUT

  1. Select 'Settings' on the right hand side of your Top Toolbar
  2. Select 'Server Settings' on the left (second column)
  3. Check option 'Clear Trash on Lougout'
  4. Click on image below for larger view

    settings

 

 

IF YOU'RE FEELING ADVENTUROUS

  • If you're feeling up to creating an auto responder ('I'm away until Monday and won't have access to email' type message), want to change your password, or just generally become more familiar with your Webmail Program , please click on 'Webmail Home' (far right on your Top Toolbar) - Happy Exploring!

    all settings

 

 

 

Please remember that ALL updates, cancellations, additions to meetings in Area 84 MUST be submitted by the affected district's DCM and sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

 

To protect anonymity and avoid any liability in regards to copyrighted material we CANNOT post your flyers. However, if you have a website for your event, we can provide a link.

Please use the form shown on all event pages to submit details for your event.

 

 

"I am responsible. When anyone, anywhere reaches out for help, I want the hand of AA always to be there. And for that, I am responsible."