Tuesday, March 19, 2024

I'm a TeeTimeHelper admin without admin privileges

The loss of admin privileges can be explained when you are logged in as another member. If one of your members has responded or forwarded an email to you and you clicked on a button in that email you can inadvertently be logged in as your member.

Log Out and Validate your Email

To fix this issue you can logout of TeeTimeHelper and then you will have the option to Validate your AccountThis will send an email to you so you can click the button which will log you in under the correct email.

Please contact us with any questions!

The TeeTimeHelper Team

Tuesday, March 12, 2024

Give your golf group a deadline to RSVP


How to Create a Deadline for your Golf Group

If you're running a golf event you may wish to give your members a deadline to RSVP. Fortunately, TeeTimeHelper gives you this option using the 'Lock Event' feature.

Scheduling your event to be locked is easy- just click the `Lock Event` icon under `Options`. This is only available to admins - your members do not have this feature available.

On the `Lock Event` page you'll need to schedule the `Lock Event Time` to be in the future. Make sure to have 'Notify Members' enabled.

Once you confirm this action an e-mail starting with the subject 'RSVP deadline for...' will be sent to your members.

Please contact us with any questions!

The TeeTimeHelper Team

Thursday, February 8, 2024

TeeTimeHelper Splits the Fairway with New Email Standards Compliance

TeeTimeHelper uses mail communication to invite members and notify them for changes and messages. As technology continues to evolve, so do the standards and regulations surrounding email communication. Staying in compliance with these new standards is crucial for TeeTimeHelper to maintain trust, security, and legality in their online interactions. Implementing the latest email standards ensures that messages are delivered reliably, securely, and in a manner that respects user privacy.

One of the key aspects of compliance with new email standards involves adhering to protocols such as SPF (Sender Policy Framework), DKIM (DomainKeys Identified Mail), and DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting, and Conformance). These protocols help authenticate the origin of emails, prevent spoofing and phishing attacks, and provide guidelines for handling messages that fail authentication checks. By properly configuring these protocols, we enhance the security and integrity of our email infrastructure while also improving deliverability and reducing the risk of being flagged as spam.

We are happy to announce all TeeTimeHelper emails comply with the latest email requirements for SPF, DKIM, and DMARC validation.

The TeeTimeHelper Team