[minervacirc] Questions about the Settle Up plan
snorman at belfastlibrary.org
Tue Feb 9 11:57:50 EST 2010
Yes. I can't see why emailing the notices would not work. There might need
to be a contact list of where to email those notices so they don't end up in
limbo. --Steve Norman (speaking as a library director, not in any other
official Minerva capacity!)
On 9 Feb 2010 at 17:07, hollywil at pittsfield.lib.me.us wrote:
From: hollywil at pittsfield.lib.me.us
Date sent: Tue, 09 Feb 2010 17:07:22 +0000
To: minervacirc at lists.maine.gov
Subject: Re: [minervacirc] Questions about the Settle Up plan
> I think the emailing sounds like a great idea!
> Holly Williams
> Circulation Librarian
> Pittsfield Public Library
> Quoting Susan Taylor <susan.taylor at edythedyer.lib.me.us>:
> > I've been discussing what we talked about during Friday's meeting
> with my
> > Director. She's concerned about the increase in postage in
> > different bills and forms. What are people's thoughts on
> e-mailing the
> > between libraries forms and info?
> > We currently e-mail 1st and 2nd notices if the patrons have that
> > mail the bill to the patron and e-mail the patron's home library
> to let them
> > know what is going on.
> > What I'm thinking of is instead of mailing the new formal library
> to library
> > bill, we would e-mail it and any other necessary information to
> the patron's
> > home library to either the circulation contact on the MaineCat
> Contact List
> > or to someone on another list yet to be created.
> > Good idea? Bad idea? Better suggestion?
> > Susan Taylor
> > Edythe Dyer Library
> > 269 Main Rd. N.
> > Hampden
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