[minervacirc] Text fails?

Alisia Revitt alisia.revitt at maineinfonet.org
Thu Aug 10 09:30:41 EDT 2017


Yikes--good to know.  I will write to III to let them know about this!

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 Alisia Revitt  |  Library Systems Manager  |  Maine InfoNet  |
alisia.revitt at maineinfonet.org


On Thu, Aug 10, 2017 at 9:25 AM, Susan Taylor <
susan.taylor at edythedyer.lib.me.us> wrote:

> I haven’t received any either.
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> Susan Taylor
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> Edythe Dyer Library
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> 269 Main Rd. N.
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> Hampden, ME
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> 207-862-3550 <(207)%20862-3550>
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> A book is proof that humans are capable of working magic.~Carl Sagan
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> *From:* minervacirc-bounces at informe.org [mailto:minervacirc-bounces@
> informe.org] *On Behalf Of *Josh Tiffany
> *Sent:* Thursday, August 10, 2017 9:21 AM
> *To:* minervacirc at lists.maine.gov
> *Subject:* [minervacirc] Text fails?
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> Greetings and salutations, Library-Land.
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> I’m writing because, since the Sierra update on August 2, I cannot locate
> a single patron (myself included) that has received any text message
> notification.  We pushed the text notifications pretty hard due to frequent
> reports of failures in email deliveries.  Now, based on the evidence
> gathered from this little corner of the world, the texts appear to be
> disappearing into the ether as well.
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> I’ve double checked my own account which still says that my status is
> opted in.
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> So I’m here to ask – has anyone been receiving (or not receiving) text
> notices since August 2nd?  Is there some workaround to revive the
> function?  Or is this just an isolated incident in the Town of Gray?
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> Thanks for any insights that can be provided.
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> Josh
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> Joshua Tiffany, MLIS
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> Director – Gray Public Library
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> (207) 657-4110
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> jtiffany at gray.lib.me.us
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