Getting Started: Mass Email & Communications

Internal Emails SMC sends out two mass internal emails each week. The first is a round up of the most recent Happenings stories put together by the PR team. The second email is the Thursday campus update email. Any department or office on campus may submit an event to be included in this email provided […]

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In case you missed it … the web newsletter archive

New to handling web pages or social media for your department? Or maybe you love dinosaur imagery? No matter the reason, you can catch up with our past web and interactive newsletters using the links below. Happy reading! December 2014 – Highlights included Google Analytics integration into Cascade, easy access to Photoshop, and of course, […]

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4.0 Mass Email Guidelines

It is your responsibility to use Chapman’s mass email service in an effective, ethical, and lawful manner. Violations of these guidelines may result in restriction of access to mass email resources. The University views emails as legal documents that can be subpoenaed for purposes of litigation. Remember, electronic communications exist forever, so be mindful of […]

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Newsletters and RSS to Email

RSS to Email Newsletters can be created dynamically through school/college/office/department blogs VIA SMC’s email management system.  RSS to email re-purposes existing blog content and consolidates multiple posts into a ‘newsletter’ format email.  To utilize SMC’s “rss to email” feature, you will need: Approval from your Account Executive and your Web Coordinator A live blog that […]

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Email Guidelines

Internal Emails SMC sends out two mass internal emails each week. The first is a round up of the most recent Happenings stories put together by the PR team. The second email is the Thursday campus update email. Any department or office on campus may submit an event to be included in this email provided […]

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Chapman’s General Contact Us Form

[needs editing] If the email comes to “media contact”, this should be handled (or forwarded to the appropriate departments) by your department, as you did. Nobody else will see this email to respond outside of your department. If you get an email that you do not know what to do, go ahead and forward to […]

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