TVeT Forum Help and FAQ
Answering TVeT Forum messages
The easiest way to reply to a TVeT Forum posting is to use the online interface. Make sure you are logged in, open a thread and reply to a message by clicking the "reply" button at the bottom of the message. If you are subscribed to the full-text digest, you can also reply by using your mail client. Make sure the message goes to unevoc.tvet-forum(at)unesco.org
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I do not receive messages
There are cases where receiving servers classify TVeT Forum messages as spam. We try to contact you in such cases, but if our mail does not get through we have to unsubscribe you. Either use a different mail address (e.g. private) or use the online interface instead.
I unsubscribed, but I still receive messages
If that is the case, please send an email to unevoc.TVeT-Forum(at)unesco.org and explain the problem.
You are going on leave and would like to unsubscribe temporarily? Please drop us a note at unevoc.TVeT-Forum(at)unesco.org. Or, easier: Unsubscribe and Re-subscribe (using the subscription form after login).
Following the TVeT Forum via rss feed or Twitter
An TVeT Forum rss feed is available at http://www.unevoc.unesco.org/unevoc_forum.xml. You will see only the titles of new threads. To read the actual messages, you will have to log in using your UNEVOC account, which will remain functional even after unsubscribing from any mail digest subscriptions. For more information about rss feeds, see http://www.whatisrss.com
The UNEVOC Twitter feed at http://www.twitter.com/unevoc also announces new TVeT Forum topics.
What TVeT Forum digests options exist?
You can either subscribe to a daily digest which gives a summarized overview, or you subscribe to the full-text version. In this case you will receive one message per day and per thread with all messages disseminated since the previous dissemination. To select your preferred option, please update your profile accordingly.
You can also follow the TVeT Forum via newsfeed (rss) or via Twitter, see above for both options.
I would like to have messages translated
If you wish to follow the TVeT Forum in alternative languages, you can use the automatic translation feature in the online message interface (after logging in). You can have the message translated into any of the 5 UN languages besides English: Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian and Spanish. Due to the questionable quality of automatic translations, this may or may not help in understanding the message.
Support and Feedback
Please address your questions and any other feedback directly to the see above, list managers at unevoc.TVeT-Forum(at)unesco.org.
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