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Summary: Change in sending address for weekly summaries of IFAP Postings.

Publication Date: February 23, 2007

Author: G. Kay Jacks, General Manager, Application, Operations and Delivery Services, Federal Student Aid

Summary: Change in sending address for weekly summaries of IFAP Postings.

Posted on 02-23-2007

Beginning February 24, 2007, the Information for Financial Aid Professionals (IFAP) subscription email notifications will originate from a new email address. These email notifications, which alert you to the latest postings to the IFAP and Financial Aid Professionals Portal web sites, will no longer be sent from fsa.customer.support@ed.gov. As of February 24th, they will be sent from IFAP@ed.gov.

We do not expect the February 24th change to affect anyone's ability to receive these IFAP Email Notifications. Nonetheless, we suggest the following should you fail to receive your weekly notifications after February 24 th:

1. After looking in your regular inbox, check your email SPAM folder for a message from Web Communication IFAP@ed.gov and a subject line of " IFAP Subscription Email" or " IFAP Weekly Subscription Email." If the messages appear in your SPAM folder then you may need to change your email SPAM settings (note that email SPAM configurations very from one email system to another).

2. If you need help with #1 above, contact your Information Technology Office to update your email SPAM settings.

3. If after updating your SPAM settings you still do not receive your IFAP email notification as scheduled, please contact the FSA Web Communications office at IFAP@ed.gov for assistance.

If you do not currently subscribe to the weekly IFAP summaries, but would like to receive them, you may subscribe by submitting a completed IFAP User Registration form at http://ifap.ed.gov/IFAPWebApp/newLogonMemberServicesPag.jsp.

If you have any questions regarding this message, please contact the FSA Web Communications office at IFAP@ed.gov for assistance.

Last Modified: 02/22/2007