Note: It is important to note that the LMV Roster Database cannot be used for any political or religious activities, nor for that matter any purpose outside the mission and scope of LMV. Please do not conduct activities that would in any way jeopardize our 501(c)3 status or our mission to help those in need of our services.
Here's how you can contact LMV members by email:
- * (a new window tab will open... use the normal member sign in)
- Filters, pull down to e.g. your desired chapter
- and/or click Search, e.g. Certification, Contains, RDH, Search
- select people to email:
- (if a subset) check the box(es) to the left of their name(s)
- (if all) check the box in the very upper left
- in the upper left, pull down Custom Actions to "Send_Email"
- compose your email... click Send
Advanced: Inserting Images into the Send_Email
- the image you wish to insert into the Send_Email must reside already on the Internet (e.g. in a Facebook, Picasaweb, or Flickr album)
- find your desired image... e.g. facebook.com/FlyingDocs... in the left menu bar, click "Photos"... navigate to a photo album and to the specific thumbnail or full photo of interest... right-mouse on the photo, Copy Image URL (or Copy Image Location) -- (this puts that big long URL into your 'paste' buffer)
- in the Message area of your Send_Email:
- put the cursor in the position you wish your image to appear
- in the Message editor toolbar at the far right, click on the "Insert HTML" icon
- in the popup window, type... <img src=“right-mouse Paste” width="your desired image width in pixels" height="your desired image height in pixels">
- here's an example... <img src="https://someurl.jpg" width="200" height="160">
- note: with your entered width and height you can scale the image for your email, but you'll want to keep approximately the same proportions as the source image
- click "Insert"
- complete your email and "Send"
Other optional parameters for the HTML "img" tag... simply add the following before the final >:
- to have a border around the image... border="#pixels"
- to leave whitespace between the image and neighboring text... hspace="#pixels" vspace="#pixels"
- to have an image right justified from the beginning of a paragraph
- put cursor at beginning of paragraph
- "Insert HTML" as above, but also include this parameter... align="right"
- example: <img src="https://someurl.jpg" width="200" height="160" border="1" hspace="2" vspace="2" align="right">