The ad hoc mailing list is a list of LINK members’ email addresses. Only members that have asked to be included on the ad hoc email list will be contacted. The ad-hoc mailing list is a free service for members only. LINK will not pass on your details to third parties.
The newsletter is the main method of communication within LINK and published 10 times a year. The LINK webpage is another invaluable source of information and is regularly updated. Our webmaster can be reached by email.
Occasionally, events or activities may change at short notice or members want to share or request information, or offer items for sale. Ad hoc is useful way to gain a fast response.
Ad hoc email list is very effective; by sending an email to the co-ordinator you can get information to the members on the list quickly.
Members can send an email to Ad Hoc, stating the information they wish to share and providing contact details. The LINK ad hoc email address is a “DO NOT REPLY” address, so it’s important that any contact details are clearly stated.
The email list is checked regularly and the co-ordinator will try to ensure the information is sent out quickly. However, we cannot guarantee that this will be the case due to the voluntary nature of the network. The ad hoc mailing list is maintained by adding and removing email addresses at request and it is not tied in with the membership listing.
Members are welcome to send emails to members about the following:
You can join or be removed by sending an email to Ad-Hoc, stating JOIN (your email address) or REMOVE (your email address) within the subject line.
Any inappropriate language or content within the email will result in the mail not being sent. We reserve the right not to send out emails that we believe are contrary to the ethos of the LINK network or that do not meet the ad hoc guidelines. The ad hoc co-ordinator may seek advice from the LINK committee if she requires guidance or assistance.
We reserve the right to amend these guidelines at any time in response to your feedback, new or altered LINK systems and procedures, Internet best practices, and Danish and European law.
Disclaimer: We cannot be responsible for any information you disclose in public community areas of LINK such as the newsletter, ad hoc email or website. LINK cannot be held responsible for the policies of any third-party website listed in our Newsletter, website or within ad hoc email communications and you access these websites at your own risk.
If you have any questions regarding these guidelines, please contact the LINK committee.