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ACI-NA offers discussion forums on a variety of industry-related topics. When you submit a question or suggestion to a forum via email, your submission is automatically distributed to all of the other people in that forum based on each subscriber's communication preferences. Likewise, when another forum subscriber has a message for the group, you will receive that message and have the ability to reply directly from your e-mail client.
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- Click on http://acina.listpilot.net/sympa.
- Click on First Log-in on left navigation bar.
- Click on Send me my password.
- Once you receive your password, log in. Once you log in, you will land on the Browse Main Discussion Forum Page.
- On “Browse Main Discussion Forums,” select the Discussion Forum topic that is of interest and click.
- If a Steering Group member, click on the Steering Groups under Additional Forums in the right nav box
- Select your Steering Group and select Subscribe on left nav bar.
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