Stay informed with the latest information about the Greater Louisville Hamfest.
The Louisville Hamfest News List is a mailing list created to keep you informed about the Greater Louisville Hamfest and to share your ideas and thoughts on how we can improve the show. Each person subscribes to the List. Subscribers can then mail everybody subscribed with a single email to the list. It's a great way to communicate.
Simply click on one of the links above to join. Enter the email, name & callsign and password you wish to use and click on the Subscribe button. You will be sent a mailing list subscription confirmation notice. Follow the instructions to confirm your subscription and you will become a member of the list. It's all done automatically!
No. This is a free service provided by the Greater Louisville Hamfest Association.
Privacy is important to everyone, including us. When others view your member listing, it will be seen as a link and not your actual email address. The list is not sold or shared with anyone and will only be used by GLHA.
Spam shouldn't be a problem. The list is by subscription, non-subscriber email are not sent to the group. Also, a legitimate email is required and users must reply to a subscription confirmation email. Spam emails are not tolerated. Spamming will result in removal from the list. We also frown on off-topic emails, but only extreme cases will be handled on an individual basis. We fully recognize the diversity of amateur radio and are open to many related topics including, but not limited to, computers, electronics, weather... I'm sure you have a general idea of what will be acceptable.
Yes. It is as easy to unsubscribe from the list as to subscribe. You may also change your email address, the way your name is displayed, or other information. The instructions are in the email you receive when you subscribe and once each month afterwards. You may also change other mailing options.
Just about any emails may be sent, including those with pictures, Adobe Reader files, documents and other non-executeable attachments. Potentially dangerous attachments such as executeable files (.exe, .com, .reg, .scr, etc.) will be filtered out and deleted to protect users.