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Invitations - recipient access problems

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Re: Invitations - recipient access problems

Posted: 7 Jun 2010 5:52PM GMT
Classification: Query
That is a great 'band-aid' solution until ancestry.com REALLY tackles this problem!!! I'm also not very technical so please confirm I've got it right - you add them to the invitee list with YOUR email address. THEN once you get the invite you go ahead and set-up their account for them. FINALLY, you send them a personal email with the link, user name, and password within it.

For the future, I'd like to see on the invitation page a second little check-box titled "send me a copy of the invite" next to the one allowing viewing of living persons. THEN, if someone has access problems, I already have the email in my in-box to forward ... and as one of their trusted friends, my email makes it swiftly through their ISP and spam filters. Such a simple and easy little fix that I hope it doesn't languish at the bottom of their enhancement list. Sigh (with a chuckle).
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daciodan 28 May 2010 10:19PM GMT 
cedricetta 7 Jun 2010 10:26PM GMT 
hgirdley 7 Jun 2010 11:10PM GMT 
daciodan 7 Jun 2010 11:37PM GMT 
hgirdley 7 Jun 2010 11:52PM GMT 
daciodan 8 Jun 2010 12:31AM GMT 
cedricetta 8 Jun 2010 2:20AM GMT 
hgirdley 8 Jun 2010 2:35AM GMT 
barbdale_1 26 Nov 2012 4:59AM GMT 
daciodan 26 Nov 2012 2:59PM GMT 
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