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Clickable Links

I do hope you are finding the Tetbury & District website a useful tool for keeping up to date with our U3A activities. I have purposely made it simple so all members are comfortable using it.

However, some members are experiencing difficulties contacting Group Leaders through the website https://tetburyu3a.org.uk/groups.

Group leader links are the blue underlined text, in the last column. They change to red when hovered over with your computer mouse. When you click on them a pop-up window allows you to email the group leader.

Similarly, when you hover over the name of an Interest Group in the first column it changes to red and a summary of the group’s activities pops up.

The above describes what should happen. Some Windows 10 users are unable to use the active links on our website. As a temporary workaround I have inserted each Group Leader’s email address under the Group Contact(s) entries on the website. You copy and paste this email address into your email application. Then send as normal.

If you need a more permanent solution please contact the Windows 10 group leader Dr Mike O’Donnell. His email is  windows@tetburyu3a.org.uk

Also, please note you may need to refresh your internet browser to see the latest https://tetburyu3a.org.uk website updates. Remember to click the refresh symbol on your web browser or close and re-start your browser before accessing the website.

Clickable links work correctly on Apple devices (iPad, iPhone, Mac) and Android tablets & smartphones.

If you have any problems accessing the website do not hesitate to email me webmaster@tetburyu3a.org.uk.

Why should I check my Spam/Junk email folder?

One of the big reasons that your emails go to spam is that spam filtering has become more rigorous. Webmail providers are simply cracking down on spam. However, the filters aren’t 100% accurate, so sometimes legitimate emails go to spam too.

Most of the major email providers, including Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail, Apple Mail use engagement-based filtering to help detect spam. If you move legitimate emails out of your spam folder to your Inbox that is a positive indicator and can help to ensure future emails are correctly delivered.

To ensure emails from a specific sender don’t get sent to spam, add that sender’s email address to your contacts or address book. If you have them as a contact, most email services should know that you want to receive messages from them, and not to mark them as spam.

Please check your Spam/Junk folders and move legitimate emails to your Inbox.