Q: Do all faculty and staff members receive the Daily Bulletin?
A: Yes. New faculty and staff are automatically added to the Daily Bulletin recipient list. You may unsubscribe at any time.
Q: I'm not a Buffalo State faculty or staff member. Can I still subscribe to the Daily Bulletin?
A: Yes. Anyone who's interested in Buffalo State is invited to subscribe to the Daily Bulletin.
Q: What if I don't want the HTML version; will I get it anyway?
A: No. Your e-mail settings dictate how you will receive and view the Daily Bulletin. Check out managing your e-mail settings for more information.
Q: I want something to appear in more than one issue. Do I need to submit items more than once?
A: No. The new Daily Bulletin allows users to schedule a single submission to appear up to five times. Any faculty or staff member with a current Buffalo State NT account may submit items for the Daily Bulletin using the form available at <NEED URL>.
Q: Can I submit news items and photos for use in the Daily Bulletin?
A: Yes! If you have a news item and accompanying photo you'd like to submit for possible inclusion in the Daily Bulletin, please send them to email@example.com. If you have photos you would like to share with campus via “Today’s Messages,” please include them on a Web site that you can link to from your Daily Bulletin submission. As always, College Relations accepts photos from the campus community for use on the college Web site or on the college’s Flickr or Facebook pages, etc. Please contact (716) 878-4201 or firstname.lastname@example.org you would like to share photos with College Relations.
Q: The Daily Bulletin doesn't hold its formatting when I forward it to someone.
A: When you have your e-mail set to compose HTML e-mail, it takes the HTML newsletter you're trying to forward and formats how it think it should be formatted. (Note that not being able to forward an HTML message the way you see it is a common issue.) Other factors: Receiving forwarded HTML newsletters also depends on the receiver's e-mail program settings as well as how the servers in between handle your e-mail.
Q: But I want to forward something from the Daily Bulletin to someone. How can I do that?
A: Use the “e-mail this” link under each item or send individuals the "permalink" to the item in question (click permalink, copy and paste the resulting URL into your e-mail message). A permalink (permanent link) is a stable URL designed to refer to a specific informational item.
Q: I'm really having trouble using the Daily Bulletin and/or changing my e-mail settings. What should I do?
A: Stop by and see us in College Relations, Cleveland Hall 30