The final switchover in email systems
If you, loyal reader of The Legal Genealogist, read this blog on the website, you can ignore today’s post.
If you read it via an RSS reader like Feedly, you too can ignore this post.
The only readers who need to read today’s post are those who receive the posts only by email.
Because the final switchover of the email system because of the new European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is going to happen later today.
Those who are already on the new email system don’t have to do a thing.
But for those who are on one of the old email systems, this is it.
The end of the emails.
Today’s blog will be the last one you receive.
So… how do you know if you’re on one of the old email systems? Take a look down at the bottom of this email. Does it look like this:
Or like this:
If so, you’re on an old email system, and this is the last email you will receive from The Legal Genealogist.
If you want to continue to receive the blog posts by email, you will need to subscribe to the new email service and you can do that at the link here. (That link is on the website, on the right hand side of every blog page, so you can always find it if you change your mind later.)
If it looks like this, you’re fine — you’ll continue to get the blog by email in the future:
Thanks for being a loyal reader!