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How Do You Send Email to TSRA?

Discussion in 'Lone Star Glockers' started by dglockster, Jul 28, 2007.

  1. dglockster

    dglockster

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    When I try to send an email to someone at the Texas State Rife Association (TSRA) from the TSRA website, I get a screen that says to sign into something called Passport. I don't have the slightest idea what that means.

    It would be so much more simple, for example, if when I clicked on the word "email" after James Dark's name, an email screen addressed to james.dark@tsra.com popped up, but it doesn't.

    Any advice will be appreciated.

    P.S. james.dark@tsra.com is not a valid address. If it were, I wouldn't be stymied. :upeyes:
     
  2. Bulldog

    Bulldog Millennium Member

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    http://www.tsra.com/?p=page&id=64


    TSRA Staff
    James Dark Executive Director execdir@tsra.com
    Alice Tripp Legislative Director legislative@tsra.com
    Jan Jumper Executive Assistant admin@tsra.com
    Diane Walker Membership Coordinator membership@tsra.com
    Cathy Masella Merchandise Coordinator merchandise@tsra.com

    TSRA Officers and Staff
    Pat Muckelroy President rpatmuck@austin.rr.com
    Dan Walker 1st Vice President dwalker@aeps.us
    Don Strickland 2nd Vice President dstrick@juno.com
    Robert Butler Treasurer butlerra@gvtc.com
    John C. Poole II Secretary John.c.poole@dhs.gov

    PS: If it's saying "Sign in to Passport," it's probably an issue on your end. Passport is used with Hotmail/MSN Mail and can sometimes be tied in to Microsoft Outlook Express. Try just opening whatever Email program you use and cutting/pasting the email address into the appropriate field.
     


  3. dglockster

    dglockster

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    Thank you, Bulldog.
    I appreciate the information.

    The Passport problem, as you say, is probably at my end because I don't use (and have never activitated) Outlook, Outlook Express, or Hotmail. I use only gmail.

    dglockster
     
  4. Bulldog

    Bulldog Millennium Member

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    No problemo. Yep, that's the problem, then. When you click a link to email someone, it automatically tries to open your computer's default email program. Unfortunately, since Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo, etc are all web-based, the linkys don't work for those of us who don't use the computer's program.
     
  5. saspic

    saspic Howdy Y'all! CLM

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    Can you just copy and paste one of the valid adresses into a new message in your email client?

    edit: spelling
     
  6. dglockster

    dglockster

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    Yes, I can. In fact, I just finished doing so.