Consumer Bankruptcy Journal Summer 2017 - Page 25

1. Go to 5. Once you have logged in, you will see the various NACBA listserv groups to which you have access. You should see: Bankruptcy – Off Topic, Chapter 11 Discussion, Member to Member, Political Discussion, Technology Discussion and Totally Off Topic with the description of what each community is for. 6. Top the right of every group name you will see a button for JOIN along with summaries showing how many discussions are in the community, how many files have been uploaded and how many members belong to that community. Click on “Join” to add that Community to your membership. 7. To customize your settings for each Community, click on the Community name and on that next screen you will see a “Settings” button to the right of the title. 2. Click on the Communities tab on the menu bar. 3. Click All Communities 8. Under Email Notifications, you can change the email address that you want to receive the emails to whatever email address you want if you don’t want it going to your general NACBA email address and click on the button below it to change your emails to “real time” (emails sent to you instantly whenever someone posts),”digest” (a daily digest of posts to the Community), “plain text” (the format of the old listserv) or “no email” (requires you to log on and visits the community online like a web forum). 4. If you haven’t logged into your NACBA account today, you will be prompted to log in using your normal NACBA login ID and Password. Don’t have that info handy? Contact Dan LaBert at dan. That’s all there is to it. You can send and respond to emails just like you used to, but now you must use the new listserv email address. For example, Strictly BK’s new email is Here are the addresses for each of the communities: National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys Summer 2017 CONSUMER BANKRUPTCY JOURNAL 25