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Meeting reminders by email

The date of the next iMeeting always appears on the MUGOO Message Board meetings page.

The regular monthly "iMeetings" are held on the held on the 4th Monday of each month (except in December or when it conflicts with a holiday) starting at 7:30 PM. Some people like to be emailed a reminder once a month, before each iMeeting, and this is where you sign up!

How to get iMeeting reminder emails

MUGOO uses an email robot to send you meeting reminders. To get on the robot's list, send an email message to:

The SUBJECT and BODY of the email are ignored. The email robot will will ask you for an email confirmation.

How to stop getting reminder emails

To leave the robot's list, send an email message to:

The SUBJECT and BODY of the email are ignored. The email robot will send you an email confirmation.


To ensure your privacy, the MUGOO-notices list is "distribution only". Only MUGOO moderators can send out messages. No one other than "listmom" can see your email address. Your address will not be used for any other purpose.

Possible problems

If you don't get the confirmation messages from the robot, there are several possible causes:

  • your return address is incorrect
  • you are using an email forwarding system - many forwarding systems cause the final email system to reject the mail
  • you are using a challenge-response system - the robot cannot answer challenges
  • you are using a system such as "" which requires a secret keyword in the email or addition to the winlink whitelist
  • you or your ISP have set up spam filters that trap or reject the mail
  • some mail systems - especially those in government departments - appear to refuse mail generated by email robots

Unfortunately, messages sent to you by "listmom" will also fail for the same reasons.

If you do not get a response, try using a different email address. Gmail provides free accounts and they work just fine.

If you need help from a human, send your questions to "listmom" using this form.

If any mail sent to your address is refused for any reason, your name and address are immediately dropped from the list.

If your local mail system is unavailable during a robot broadcast, the robot will keep trying to send the mail for up to two days.

Page last modified on March 21, 2019, at 11:18 PM