Communicating with the Cathedral
Cathedral sends emails from time to time regarding
issues/events that affect the parish. These emails will be
sent to parishioners via the Cathedral Email Distribution
List through Constant Contact. The Cathedral Email
Distribution List was compiled from email addresses provided
by parishioners and friends to the Cathedral. This list is
used solely by the Cathedral and the information is not
provided to anyone - it is confidential to the Parish.
If you would like to receive emails from the Cathedral and
you do not think you are on our list, please enter your
current email address and click the "Submit" button (after
following the above link). It will take you through a series
of steps to complete your subscription.
You will receive a confirmation email which you will need to
respond to. This will insure that the correct email set-up
has been made.
you do not wish to receive emails from the Cathedral, you
may update your subscription with the instructions in the
confirmation email or at the bottom of any email received
from the Cathedral.
Check your SPAM settings and make sure that email@example.com
is listed as a Safe Recipient.
Check your SPAM folder in your email client to see if there
is an email from firstname.lastname@example.org. If there is,
move it to your INBOX and modify your SPAM settings. You
need to check your SPAM folder within a day or two of the
Cathedral having sent the email. If you wait too long, the
message will be deleted from your SPAM folder.
Click here to
learn how to configure the Junk Email filter in Outlook
2003. (161 kB pdf) To learn how to configure the Junk Email
filter in Outlook 2007, click here.
(79 kB pdf) To learn how to review messages in your Outlook
Junk Email folder, click here. (16 kB pdf)
If you are using an email client other than Outlook or you
are using Webmail, you will need to obtain instructions on
how to configure your Junk Email filters from your Email
provider or from your email client. Please contact
us if you have any problems.