Analy Bands and Orchestra News is an announcement list used by Analy High School in Sebastopol, California. When you join you will receive emails that announce deadlines, events and other information about Analy Bands and Orchestra. It's another way to keep in touch, in addition to the Analy Band Wagon.
As a subscriber you will not be able to reply to or post messages. A link in each email allows you to unsubscribe. You may also leave or join the list at any time by going to the unsubscribe page.
We recommend that you add firstname.lastname@example.org to your address book--otherwise, Analy Bands and Orchestra News may be interpreted as spam.
To submit items for inclusion in Analy Bands and Orchestra News send an email .
(Most people can ignore what follows.) Only a few people have not been able to subscribe. If this happens to you here are some suggestions:
- Be patient. It takes as long as an hour for the server to send your email address a message asking you to confirm that you want to be added to the list.
- If you try to add yourself and never get an email asking you to confirm that you wish to be added, it is possible that you've entered the wrong email address twice (see what your email address is by looking at an e-mail reply that has your address on it).
- It is, however, also possible that the server on which you receive email will not allow you to receive email from email@example.com, period. Usually, adding firstname.lastname@example.org to your address book and/or permissible domains will allow you to receive the email.
- It is possible that some servers will temporarily not allow you to add Analy Bands and Orchestra News; try at a later time.
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A workaround: set up a free gmail account, subscribe to Analy Bands and Orchestra News using that account, confirm the subscription for the new account and then set your gmail account settings to forward everything to your regular email account. (You can try it with hotmail.com or yahoo.com or your choice; we just don't know if these or other free email services work.) The upside of this option: you'll get subscribed now. The downside: you have to create another email address (although once it's set up you won't have to bother with it anymore).