The KBCA board of directors has set up a discussion (blog) group for communication among Kapoho Beach Lots property owners. We have added everyone on the KBCA board's email list to this group for your convenience.
Note that non-members are NOT able to read or post messages to the group.
READING GROUP MESSAGES
For your convenience and because there are typically very few messages, we have set up the group so that, by default, messages to the group are automatically sent to your email address. If you wish to continue receiving group messages via your email, YOU DO NOT HAVE TO DO ANYTHING.
SENDING (POSTING) MESSAGES TO THE GROUP
Members can post a message to the group by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Note that ONLY MEMBERS can send email to or read email from this group. If you have multiple email addresses, you can only send email to the group from the same email address that is registered with the group. You can also a send message by logging on to http://groups.google.com/group/kapoho-beach-lots/ but you will need a free Google Groups account to log in.
CREATING A GOOGLE GROUPS ACCOUNT
You will need a Google Groups account to do any of the following:
stop receiving messages automatically via email
read group messages at http://groups.google.com/group/kapoho-beach-lots/
send messages at http://groups.google.com/group/kapoho-beach-lots/
upload a document, photo or other file that you wish to share with the community
on the left side of the web page, click on "Sign in to Google Groups" (do NOT click on Apply for group membership if you are already a member of the KBCA blog group).
on the right side of the page, click on 'Create an account now'.
create an account USING THE SAME EMAIL ADDRESS that this message was sent to.
For more information on Google Groups
Google Groups has a lot of capabilities in addition to access to our blog. Originally called Usenet, it features more than 20 years of information via thousands of groups covering almost any subject you can think of. It is a fantastic resource for obtaining information on travel, troubleshooting computer hardware and software problems, investing, discussing social and political issues, etc.