The mailing list is managed and run separately from the IAPM website and as such requires users to sign up manually.
IAPM Members can sign up for the mailing list here.
You must be a member of the IAPM Website before subscribing to the mailing list, all requests to join are checked to see if they are a member in good standing.
Please also choose a unique password for the mailing list.
Sending an email to the Newsgroup
To send an email to the newsgroup simply address the email to “firstname.lastname@example.org” and send as normal. Do not send emails to “email@example.com” as this is the address responsible for sending out emails, not receiving them.
Bare in mind that the size limit for attachments is 4 MB, anything over this may cause your email to bounce and not be sent to the mailing list. The size limit is set as such to minimize the chances of Newsgroup emails being blocked by Hospital email filters or restrictions.
Changing your Newsgroup Email Address
If you wish to change the address IAPM Newsgroup emails are sent to, click here and travel to the bottom of the page to the section labelled “Newsgroup Subcribers”. Enter your email address into the field beside “Unsubscribe or edit options” and proceed. From here, you will require your mailling list password to proceed. You can also unsubscribe from the mailling list and send for a password reminder. Once your password is entered and you are successfully logged in you will be able to manage your personal options, including changing your email address. A link will be sent to the new email address to confirm the change.
If you have been locked out of your old email address and have no way to access this page you contact the IAPM editor (firstname.lastname@example.org) for assistance.
The mailing list domain has recently been changed from @theiapm.ie to @lists.iapm.ie, if you are having trouble sending emails please check to make sure you are using the right address. If you are having trouble receiving emails please check with IT to make sure @lists.iapm.ie isn’t being blocked by your hospital network.