PCSAR maintains many electronic mailing lists to make communication work smoothly.
Viruses are automatically blocked. Spam (unsolicited commercial e-mail) is not blocked.
The address of each mailing list is of the form firstname.lastname@example.org. The xxxxxx is listed below. (I don't list the full address each time so as to minimize the spam).
email@example.com is the official published contact for PCSAR. Mail to that address is automatically forwarded to pcsar-board. E-mail is not sent from this address. You can send e-mail from your personal e-mail address, but ask your correspondent to keep this as the permanent contact.
The address for announcements of PCSAR activities. Announcements of activities hosted by external organizations (non-PCSAR activities) should go to pcsar-members instead.
- pcsar-external is just external contacts that are interested in our announcements.
- pcsar-members is just our members.
- pcsar-announce is both.
If you don't have permission to post to pcsar-external, you may get a bounce from that list while at the same time the message goes through on pcsar-members.
goes to all board members, plus
goes to members of the PCSAR call-out committee.
Goes to the committees interested in the operation of the inReach. Namely
goes to the members of the equipment committee.
goes to the members of the PCSAR fundraising committee.
key people outside our organization that have asked to be kept informed of our events.
People such as
- contacts in LASARA, SEASAR, Foothills SAR, ACRO
- Waterton Parks
- CNP RCMP
- several others that want to know about our events
You can add yourself to this list at http://castrov.dyndns.org:8080/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/pcsar-external
Don't assume that any particular individual is still on the list. If you want to invite a person or group to one of our events, contact them explicitly. If you really want to see who is on the list go to http://castrov.dyndns.org:8080/cgi-bin/mailman/admin/pcsar-external/members and enter the list password. But honestly, you don't need to care. People put themselves on the list because they want to receive our announcements. They take themselves off the list when they no longer want them. If we want to get our announcements out to a specific group, we should be sending it explicitly to them.
The members of the PCSAR Membership Committee. Responsible for recruiting, welcoming and orienting new members, keeping track of member status and the membership database.
goes to all PCSAR members that have e-mail. This covers everyone reached by all of the other lists except pcsar-external, pcsar-announce or pcsar-firstcall.
You are added to this list when you update your personnel record with your e-mail address. (Your personnel record is where you record your participation at each monthly meeting in the binder that circulates.) You can adjust your current subscription at: http://castrov.dyndns.org:8080/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/pcsar-members
goes to members of the PCSAR Preplan Committee. Includes all search managers.
goes to members of the PCSAR Prevention Committee.
goes to members of the PCSAR Technology Committee.
goes to members of the PCSAR training committee.