Analy News is an email only 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. It's another way to keep in touch, in addition to the home page and various calendars.
Please don't empty your spam folder until after you have successfully subscribed to Analy News.
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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.
NOTE: you can not reply to, send or post messages to Analy News. To ask questions, comment or submit items for inclusion in Analy News either use the suggestion form or send an email .
Some people have trouble subscribing or remaining subscribed--mostly Comcast users but sometimes others. If this happens to you here are some suggestions. If #1-#3 don't work, the quickest solution: set up a free Gmail account. So far it's always worked (see below). Possible solutions #1-#3:
- #1: It can take an hour for the server to send you a message asking you to confirm that you want to be added to the list.
- #2: Your server or email client defines news@analyhighschool as spam. Look in your spam folder to find it. Adding firstname.lastname@example.org to your address book before you try subscribing may allow you to receive the email.
- #3: Some servers will temporarily not allow you to add Analy News; we personally experienced this with comcast, sbcglobal and aol accounts; you can try again later.
We have encountered some circumstances with comcast and aol where systems administrators for those domain will not permit messages to be received from Analy News. In other cases users will get delayed email. We have written to them specifically but they still sometimes block/delay email to some users. We have no control over these situations.
Please let us know if you are unable to subscribe. Send your email address that you would like subscribed and we'll try to help (email@example.com).
A workaround (so far it's always worked): set up a free gmail account, subscribe to Analy 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. The upside of this option: you're more likely to 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).