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Re: needing a special not taking recorder

Dean Martineau <topdot@...>
 

Good accessible digital recorders that I know of are very expensive. The
Plextalk Pocket/Book Port Plus and the Victor Reader Stream all work for
this. Often one can find these used and in good condition to reduce the
price.

Dean


http://bahaiteachings.org/

-----Original Message-----
From: Carlos [mailto:carlos1106@nyc.rr.com]
Sent: Saturday, September 12, 2015 6:38 AM
To: TechTalk@groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] needing a special not taking recorder

Hi Bill,
This is fine since it is tech related.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bill Koppelmann" <billmeister@samobile.net>
To: <TechTalk@groups.io>
Sent: Saturday, September 12, 2015 1:58 AM
Subject: [TechTalk] needing a special not taking recorder


Hi Everyone,
I don't know if this is something I should be able to talk about or not,
so if not, please just don't respond. However, I'm needing a small device
that I can use for notes to myself but a device that's not like the
Wilson, as that only goes in one direction. I want to be able to go
backward so that I can listen to notes that I've just recorded, and I need
to know if you can quickly delete these notes when you don't want them
anymore.
Many thanks,
Bill K.



Re: needing a special not taking recorder

Carlos
 

Hi Bill,
This is fine since it is tech related.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Bill Koppelmann" <billmeister@samobile.net>
To: <TechTalk@groups.io>
Sent: Saturday, September 12, 2015 1:58 AM
Subject: [TechTalk] needing a special not taking recorder


Hi Everyone,
I don't know if this is something I should be able to talk about or not, so if not, please just don't respond. However, I'm needing a small device that I can use for notes to myself but a device that's not like the Wilson, as that only goes in one direction. I want to be able to go backward so that I can listen to notes that I've just recorded, and I need to know if you can quickly delete these notes when you don't want them anymore.
Many thanks,
Bill K.


Re: braille on the IPhone?

Dean Martineau <topdot@...>
 

You can use braille input to do any writing you want to do. Some people
love it and become very proficient, writing much more rapidly than they
would write using the onscreen keyboard. Some of us don't.

To use braille input, you have to go into the voiceover settings, in the
rotor screen, and activate it, making it available as one of the choices you
can reach using the rotor gesture.

Now, once you're in a place to write, that is, an active editable field,
choose braille input using the rotor. There are two screen positions. You
can lay the device flat, or face the screen away from you. Which you choose
is a matter of personal preference. Either way, on the 5S, you have to
angle your fingers outward, so that the index fingers for dots 1 and 4 are
fairly close together, while your middle and ring fingers angle up and out
to the sides.

While writing in uncontracted braille, you get feedback as to which letter
the phone perceives that you hit. This is how to learn, by practice.

There is much more information on Applevis, or you can ask here and
hopefully somebody who actually became competent using this feature will
answer.

Dean


http://bahaiteachings.org/

-----Original Message-----
From: Bill Koppelmann [mailto:billmeister@samobile.net]
Sent: Saturday, September 12, 2015 1:03 AM
To: TechTalk@groups.io
Subject: [TechTalk] braille on the IPhone?

Hi to anyone who can clarify this for me.
I have an IPhone 5s, and I know that you're supposed to be able to use
braillewriting techniques on the IPhone screen, and I have my braille
set up for the old fashioned braille, but I have no clue as to how to
actually write braille on the screen and in what situations you would
use it ffor. Please be specific, as I no longer have the brain of a 22
year old. <smiles>
Bill K.


Re: rugby 4 cell phone

Fanus
 

Hello Norman
I can not find the manual on the site which you suggested. Can you help Please?
Regards
Fanus
 

----- Original Message -----
From: Norman
Sent: Saturday, September 12, 2015 1:54 AM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] rugby 4 cell phone

Hi.
This phone does not run android as referenced on a different post from me.
Your best place to learn about accessibility is to read the manual.
Here is samsung's page on it.
http://www.samsung.com/us/mobile/cell-phones/SM-B780AZKAATT#key-specs
And the manual.
http://org.downloadcenter.samsung.com/downloadfile/ContentsFile.aspx?CDSite=US&CttFileID=5813176&CDCttType=UM&ModelType=C&ModelName=SM-B780AZKAATT&VPath=UM/201411/20141115035545060/ATT_SM-B780A_Rugby4_English_User-Manual_NI1_F2_AC.pdf


HTH.


On 9/11/2015 6:34 PM, Monte Single wrote:

Hi,

   Rugby 4 cell  phone?

It is a flip phone with talkback,  military grade.

I do not want any info  about contracts or plans; I am primarily interested in the scope and features of talkback on this device.

Thanks,

MonteAnyone here have experience or information about the



Apple Online Store goes offline ahead of iPhone 6s/Plus pre-orders – MacDailyNews - Welcome Home

christopher hallsworth <challsworth2@...>
 

This serves as a reminder that the below devices should now be ready to pre-order.

Apple Online Store goes offline ahead of iPhone 6s/Plus pre-orders

Ahead of pre-orders for iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, scheduled to start on September 12 at 12:00am PDT/3:00am EDT, Apple’s Online Store has gone offline with the message:

We can’t wait to show you
what we have in store.

Our virtual doors are just about to open.

Thank you so much for your enthusiasm and your patience as we work to get everyone in as quickly as possible.

Keep checking back, because it won’t be long now.

Apple’s Online Store is here.

MacDailyNews Take: Get ready, get set…


Re: New Apple TV is accessible!

christopher hallsworth <challsworth2@...>
 

No I don't believe it is for the US at all. Here in the UK we have some nice "channels" on the Apple TV that are exclusive to the UK, such as Now TV which is basically Sky TV cable service without a contract. Other channels, free or paid, are available internationally. I don't know how much they are in India, but it might be worth looking into. You can always return it within 30 days if you're not completely satisfied. Well you can here anyway.
Chris

On 12 Sep 2015, at 06:53, Bharat <bharat.b@gmail.com> wrote:

Chriss,

What are the options of making the settop boxes accessible with the
help of the apple TV? as of now, our settop boxes are absolutely
inaccessible here in India. is the apple tv primarily gayered only at
the US market?

wishes,

Bharat.

On 9/10/15, Christopher Hallsworth <challsworth2@icloud.com> wrote:
If your local news provider has an app for the Apple TV, then definitely. If
not, it may still be possible by streaming the broadcast from the iOS app to
the television wirelessly using Airplay technology. This is in fact possible
on the Apple TV we have right now, but unlike the new Apple TV this would be
the only option in most cases.
On 10 Sep 2015, at 11:36, Ann Parsons <akp@samobile.net> wrote:

Hi Chris,

One quick question. If I were to purchase Apple TV, can I still get my
local news and all that?

--
Ann K. Parsons
Portal Tutoring
EMAIL: akp@samobile.net
web site: http://www.portaltutoring.info
Skype: Putertutor

"All that is gold does not glitter,
Not all those who wander are lost."







Idea for Accessible Hearing Aid

Samuel Wilkins
 

Hello everyone,

Recently, I have been formulating an idea for a hearing aid that is completely accessible for deaf/blind people. The idea is to have a device that is made for practicality and sound quality rather than aesthetics and speech intelligibility, can extend to the full human hearing frequency range, and can allow the user to adjust the frequency response through an equaliser themselves. So far, I have only written a design and specification, but I was wondering what other people who are deaf/blind think about this idea. Thank you.
--
Regards,

Samuel Wilkins


needing a special not taking recorder

Bill K <billmeister@...>
 

Hi Everyone,
I don't know if this is something I should be able to talk about or not, so if not, please just don't respond. However, I'm needing a small device that I can use for notes to myself but a device that's not like the Wilson, as that only goes in one direction. I want to be able to go backward so that I can listen to notes that I've just recorded, and I need to know if you can quickly delete these notes when you don't want them anymore.
Many thanks,
Bill K.


Re: New Apple TV is accessible!

Bharat
 

Chriss,

What are the options of making the settop boxes accessible with the
help of the apple TV? as of now, our settop boxes are absolutely
inaccessible here in India. is the apple tv primarily gayered only at
the US market?

wishes,

Bharat.

On 9/10/15, Christopher Hallsworth <challsworth2@icloud.com> wrote:
If your local news provider has an app for the Apple TV, then definitely. If
not, it may still be possible by streaming the broadcast from the iOS app to
the television wirelessly using Airplay technology. This is in fact possible
on the Apple TV we have right now, but unlike the new Apple TV this would be
the only option in most cases.
On 10 Sep 2015, at 11:36, Ann Parsons <akp@samobile.net> wrote:

Hi Chris,

One quick question. If I were to purchase Apple TV, can I still get my
local news and all that?

--
Ann K. Parsons
Portal Tutoring
EMAIL: akp@samobile.net
web site: http://www.portaltutoring.info
Skype: Putertutor

"All that is gold does not glitter,
Not all those who wander are lost."






thoughts on ADW cleaner

Bill K <billmeister@...>
 

Hi everyone,
I just used the adw cleaner, and it was just as one of you said that I'd have to look around for buttons to press, but I was able to find them.
the only thing that puzzles me is that supposedly it took away my version of the sendspace tool, or at least that's the feeling I was left with, but I can certainly get that again, just hoping that it left my settings for that program still there.

Care to tell me how often I'm supposed to run this program?
thanks,
Bill K.


Re: Accessible Web site Management

Michael Babcock
 

Arvixe is a wonderful host, i got an Account with them back on Black Friday 2013. I've been paying $3.50 a month for that account since I got it, and it's very reliable!
Is a link you can use to sign up for Arvixe, I will receive a $70 commission for your transaction if you choose to get started with them.
(note, if you use coupon code ARVIXE10 you'll receive 10% off of your invoice for the lifetime of your account, not the 50% discount that I received for taking action on Black Friday, but it will help you save a little.)
The other nice thing about this company is if you link to them, even if it's an affiliate link, they will give you an additional 10% off of your invoice every month.
My favorite thing though about Arvixe is they include your first domain for free as long as you keep your account!
I'm in the process of creating a package of 13 word press videos to walk people through setting up Word press, installing themes, adding headers, choosing plug-ins, and more, all with audible cues from a screen reader point of view.
(these videos are already created, I'm just uploading them actually as I type this, to a privately owned video hosting service)
I've also got some additional training videos I'm recording, related to authenticating your website with the major search engines, google, bing, and Pinterest.
The website I manage below in my signature is ran off of WordPress, yes it's a blogging platform, but you can do so much more with WordPress. I'm part of a few courses that were created using WordPress, I'm also part of a mastermind which uses a membership plug-in for WordPress as well. There are also email list building plug-ins, and shopping cart plug-ins. You can do anything with the expandability of WordPress. And, if you like to code HTML, you can do that too.
I am Looking forward to helping people make some powerful things happen if they're ready to.
Inbox me privately if your interested in the videos I mentioned above, they're not available for everyone!
My email address is:

And my phone number is:
541-379-0891


Michael Babcock
Your Blind Digital Marketing Partner
@payown on periscope and twitter.




On Sep 11, 2015, at 5:02 PM, Norman <lists@...> wrote:

Hi.
I've played with joomla some but unfortunately can't recommend it.
I've never liked the idea of word press as it's comes to close to a blogging platform.
I just recently discovered droople and like what i'm seeing so far.
My hosting provider is a company called arvixe.
https://www.arvixe.com/
They give you a cpanel control panel which is completely accessible and your choice of cms systems.
They have 3 different webmail options 2 of which are reasonably accessible and a third that is usuable.
In addition, you can manage the mail using your standard mail program using pop or imap.


HTH.



On 9/11/2015 4:23 PM, Blaster Nil8 wrote:
Hello,

You may also be interested in www.drupal.org.  They are similar to
wordpress but have taken a lot of steps in making their tools
accessible.

https://www.drupal.org/about/accessibility

Both wordpress and drupal have their own terminology so there is a
learning curve.

As far as hosting providers go, it's a mixed bag. Some features are
completely accessible and others not so friendly. If you want to try
before you buy then just pay for one month of service. I've been told
www.hostgator.com is very inexpensive and accessible.

I manage a few sites and use filezilla as my ftp client and use
outlook on my pc to manage the mail, so it can be done.

And if your not looking to get bogged down in the whole web dev thing
then may I suggest using www.fiverr.com to find someone to set it up
for you. Then you can spend your time learning how to manage the
content, which is a better use of your time and creative energy.
fiverr.com (no I didn't misspell it, there are two r's.) Is
accessible, except for the feedback section at the end of the
transaction. It's a 5 star rating graphic that is unusable. However, I
just send a message to the support team letting them know it's
inaccessible and could they post the feedback for me and I've never
had any complaints or problems.

HTH,
Blaster

On 9/11/15, Kimsan Song <kimsansong@...> wrote:
I'm using wordpress to build my site. It can be accessible as you'd like,
in
my opinion.

It's just a matter of finding the right theme, plugin, etc.

However, some will say aint nobody got time for that.

I like it though vs what me and my partner were doing previously.









Kimsan Song

kimsansong@...



From: Merv Keck [mailto:blind5sparrow@...]
Sent: Friday, September 11, 2015 12:24 PM
To: TechTalk@groups.io
Subject: [TechTalk] Accessible Web site Management



Hi,

I have noticed with all the new tech related lists popping up in the last
few weeks that some are using groups.io and some are using other methods
for
creating groups and mailing lists. I have also noticed that some
individuals
have their own domains which leads me to my point for writing to this list
in particular. I hosted my own domain a long time ago on Dreamhost back
when
I was on ACB radio Interactive about ten years ago. I also had sight back
then and have used a number of other hosting sites when creating web sites
for various businesses back when I could see to use applications such as
Dreamweaver CS3 by adobe.

Now as I consider getting myself another spot on the web and I have no
vision I am wondering what individuals are doing these days if they want to
create their own virtual home away from home. I'm thinking of a place where
I could both host a domain and store my own podcasts. And one that is
accessible so that I could manage it myself.

Any advice is appreciated. Thanks in advance.

Merv













braille on the IPhone?

Bill K <billmeister@...>
 

Hi to anyone who can clarify this for me.
I have an IPhone 5s, and I know that you're supposed to be able to use braillewriting techniques on the IPhone screen, and I have my braille set up for the old fashioned braille, but I have no clue as to how to actually write braille on the screen and in what situations you would use it ffor. Please be specific, as I no longer have the brain of a 22 year old. <smiles>
Bill K.


Re: Restoring windows 8.1 pro

Michael <mike122061@...>
 

Hi Pavlo,
 
You should download and run an app like Key Finder, which scans your registry and displays your Windows product key. Then compare the key displayed against your Win 8.1 Pro key. When you installed Win 8.1 Pro, if you did not also update your recovery partitions then you will get your old Windows version. Key Finder is a free, good utility to have.
 
Mike
 
 

Sent: Friday, September 11, 2015 10:59 PM
Subject: [TechTalk] Restoring windows 8.1 pro
 

Hi all,

I have a computer that when I bought it had windows 8.1 home edition. Later I bought the activation product key for windows 8.1 pro. Well, I need to restore my computer, and this is the question guys;

If I restore my computer, keeping my file and reinstalling windows, it will use the product key of windows 8.1 pro, or it is going to use the product key that came installed when I bought this computer?

Thanks for all

 

 


Re: Filterin the computer, will it hurt?

Penny Golden
 


If it were me, I'd have done this already.  But she doesn't care if she has to wait till tomorrow.  and in the meantime, I found a little modular thing with 2 spots for phone cords.  So she'll have one for the modem and one for the telephone.
Thanks just the same. I had no idea that those double filter things could be set up so that one was filtered and one was plain.
Thanks.  I'll keep it in mind, though i myself do not need a filter on the hphones now.
Penny

On 9/11/2015 10:16 PM, Gene wrote:
Aren't you asking which jack to use to connect the modem?  If the modem isn't connected, trying the phone in the jacks won't tell you which jack is unfiltered.  you have to plug the modem in and try to use the computer and see if the computer can reach the internet.  You may have to try doing something a number of times.  You may have to try to load a page, then wait perhaps ten or twenty seconds, then try again and perhaps yet again after another short pause.  If the Internet can't be reached, switch to the other jack and try again.
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, September 11, 2015 10:01 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Filterin the computer, will it hurt?


alas, jean, totals here, but she'll get someone to figure it for her; or she'll try the phone in both jacks.
I'll tell her what you said. Thanks so much. You're always so helpful.

On 9/11/2015 9:26 PM, Gene wrote:
The filter probably has two jacks, one that is filtered and the other is unfiltered.  Plug the modem into the unfiltered jack.  Can the person see?  If so, the person should see labels such as filtered and unfiltered.
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, September 11, 2015 9:05 PM
Subject: [TechTalk] Filterin the computer, will it hurt?



A friend of mine has just got her phone service working in the new
house.  They broke her little phone jack that had 2  receptacles for
plugging in both the modem and the phone.  Well, she does have a filter
that she uses to put the phones through.  Will it hurt to plug the
computer modem thing into the other filtered slot?
I hope I'm making it clear.   I didn't think it would hurt to put the
modem plug into an empty spot on that filter, which has two slots.
Will it hurt?  If so, just let me know and we'll get her a regular phone
plug with 2 plain spots on it.
You can tell i'm just an old lady and not a hacker. Sorry.




Re: rugby 4 cell phone

Monte Single
 

Yes, talkback is the same idea as a screenreader on your p c. it also has
voice recognitions which means you can give voice commands .

-----Original Message-----
From: Carolyn Arnold [mailto:4carolyna@windstream.net]
Sent: September-11-15 9:19 PM
To: TechTalk@groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] rugby 4 cell phone

Does it have speech capability?

Best from,

Carolyn


-----Original Message-----
From: Monte Single [mailto:mrsingle@sasktel.net]
Sent: Friday, September 11, 2015 10:55 PM
To: TechTalk@groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] rugby 4 cell phone

It is a flip phone with tactile buttons. Military grade means it is
durable and works in extreme conditions and is more schokproof than the
average phone. Yes it is available through most major carriers.

-----Original Message-----
From: Carolyn Arnold [mailto:4carolyna@windstream.net]
Sent: September-11-15 5:43 PM
To: TechTalk@groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] rugby 4 cell phone

Is it's dial under glass or more accessible? Which carriers does it work
with? Is it available for civilian purchasers? Thanks.

Best from,

Carolyn Arnold

-----Original Message-----
From: Monte Single [mailto:mrsingle@sasktel.net]
Sent: Friday, September 11, 2015 6:34 PM
To: TechTalk@groups.io
Subject: [TechTalk] rugby 4 cell phone

Hi,



Rugby 4 cell phone?



It is a flip phone with talkback, military grade.



I do not want any info about contracts or plans; I am primarily interested
in the scope and features of talkback on this device.



Thanks,

MonteAnyone here have experience or information about the


Re: rugby 4 cell phone

Carolyn Arnold
 

Does it have speech capability?

Best from,

Carolyn

-----Original Message-----
From: Monte Single [mailto:mrsingle@sasktel.net]
Sent: Friday, September 11, 2015 10:55 PM
To: TechTalk@groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] rugby 4 cell phone

It is a flip phone with tactile buttons. Military grade means it is
durable and works in extreme conditions and is more schokproof than the
average phone. Yes it is available through most major carriers.

-----Original Message-----
From: Carolyn Arnold [mailto:4carolyna@windstream.net]
Sent: September-11-15 5:43 PM
To: TechTalk@groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] rugby 4 cell phone

Is it's dial under glass or more accessible? Which carriers does it work
with? Is it available for civilian purchasers? Thanks.

Best from,

Carolyn Arnold

-----Original Message-----
From: Monte Single [mailto:mrsingle@sasktel.net]
Sent: Friday, September 11, 2015 6:34 PM
To: TechTalk@groups.io
Subject: [TechTalk] rugby 4 cell phone

Hi,



Rugby 4 cell phone?



It is a flip phone with talkback, military grade.



I do not want any info about contracts or plans; I am primarily interested
in the scope and features of talkback on this device.



Thanks,

MonteAnyone here have experience or information about the


Re: Filterin the computer, will it hurt?

Gene
 

Aren't you asking which jack to use to connect the modem?  If the modem isn't connected, trying the phone in the jacks won't tell you which jack is unfiltered.  you have to plug the modem in and try to use the computer and see if the computer can reach the internet.  You may have to try doing something a number of times.  You may have to try to load a page, then wait perhaps ten or twenty seconds, then try again and perhaps yet again after another short pause.  If the Internet can't be reached, switch to the other jack and try again.
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, September 11, 2015 10:01 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Filterin the computer, will it hurt?


alas, jean, totals here, but she'll get someone to figure it for her; or she'll try the phone in both jacks.
I'll tell her what you said. Thanks so much. You're always so helpful.

On 9/11/2015 9:26 PM, Gene wrote:
The filter probably has two jacks, one that is filtered and the other is unfiltered.  Plug the modem into the unfiltered jack.  Can the person see?  If so, the person should see labels such as filtered and unfiltered.
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, September 11, 2015 9:05 PM
Subject: [TechTalk] Filterin the computer, will it hurt?



A friend of mine has just got her phone service working in the new
house.  They broke her little phone jack that had 2  receptacles for
plugging in both the modem and the phone.  Well, she does have a filter
that she uses to put the phones through.  Will it hurt to plug the
computer modem thing into the other filtered slot?
I hope I'm making it clear.   I didn't think it would hurt to put the
modem plug into an empty spot on that filter, which has two slots.
Will it hurt?  If so, just let me know and we'll get her a regular phone
plug with 2 plain spots on it.
You can tell i'm just an old lady and not a hacker. Sorry.




Re: Filterin the computer, will it hurt?

Penny Golden
 


alas, jean, totals here, but she'll get someone to figure it for her; or she'll try the phone in both jacks.
I'll tell her what you said. Thanks so much. You're always so helpful.

On 9/11/2015 9:26 PM, Gene wrote:
The filter probably has two jacks, one that is filtered and the other is unfiltered.  Plug the modem into the unfiltered jack.  Can the person see?  If so, the person should see labels such as filtered and unfiltered.
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, September 11, 2015 9:05 PM
Subject: [TechTalk] Filterin the computer, will it hurt?



A friend of mine has just got her phone service working in the new
house.  They broke her little phone jack that had 2  receptacles for
plugging in both the modem and the phone.  Well, she does have a filter
that she uses to put the phones through.  Will it hurt to plug the
computer modem thing into the other filtered slot?
I hope I'm making it clear.   I didn't think it would hurt to put the
modem plug into an empty spot on that filter, which has two slots.
Will it hurt?  If so, just let me know and we'll get her a regular phone
plug with 2 plain spots on it.
You can tell i'm just an old lady and not a hacker. Sorry.




Re: rugby 4 cell phone

Monte Single
 

It is a flip phone with tactile buttons. Military grade means it is
durable and works in extreme conditions and is more schokproof than the
average phone. Yes it is available through most major carriers.

-----Original Message-----
From: Carolyn Arnold [mailto:4carolyna@windstream.net]
Sent: September-11-15 5:43 PM
To: TechTalk@groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] rugby 4 cell phone

Is it's dial under glass or more accessible? Which carriers does it work
with? Is it available for civilian purchasers? Thanks.

Best from,

Carolyn Arnold

-----Original Message-----
From: Monte Single [mailto:mrsingle@sasktel.net]
Sent: Friday, September 11, 2015 6:34 PM
To: TechTalk@groups.io
Subject: [TechTalk] rugby 4 cell phone

Hi,



Rugby 4 cell phone?



It is a flip phone with talkback, military grade.



I do not want any info about contracts or plans; I am primarily interested
in the scope and features of talkback on this device.



Thanks,

MonteAnyone here have experience or information about the


Re: another question about groups.io

Sugar
 

Hi
Yes you can send a message to an individual or to the group using owner's e mail (group e mail)
For example I own a group called Santa's workshop and I often send a post to the group using "Santa's workshop owner"
sugar

‘I have loved the stars too fondly to be fearful of the
night.

Sugar

-----Original Message-----
From: Rebecca Ilniski [mailto:rilniski@gmail.com]
Sent: Friday, September 11, 2015 6:49 PM
To: TechTalk@groups.io
Subject: [TechTalk] another question about groups.io

Hi all. If you own a group on groups.io, is there a way to send a message from the owner address and not have your name shown in the message when it goes out and just have the owner address shown.
Let's say I own a list called apple-chat. I go up to the groups.io website and post a message from the apple-chat+owner@groups.io address in order to send it to the list. When I receive the message the from field still has my name Rebecca Ilniski but the apple=chat+owner address is the address where it is coming from since I posted it from the website. I'm asking this question because a friend and I both own a list together and we want to be able to post any administrative messages from the owner address without our names showing up and just have aoole-chat-owner@groups.io show in the from field instead of our names.
If there's a way for us to set this up, please let me know where I need to go to set up and what needs to be changed. Thanks so much.

--
Rebecca and Zeb
email: rilniski@gmail.com

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