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Library adopts e-mail notices
Library adopts e-mail noticesSeptember 15, 2004Mary Beth Hintonmbhinton@syr.edu
Beginning this fall, Syracuse University Library is sending overdue, recall, availability and courtesy notices via e-mail to students, faculty and staff. Bills for overdue fines and unreturned items will continue to be sent in print form.
Library notices will be sent to official syr.edu addresses, in keeping with the Computing and Media Services policy located at http://cms.syr.edu/email/. E-mail notices will be sent only for material circulated from an SU Library location. Moon Library, H. Douglas Barclay Law Library and the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library are not included in this implementation.
For more information call 443-9753 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.