Thread Subject: Re: Hand Raising Utility
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From: Brett, Thomas F
Date: Wed, Oct 25 2006 10:20 AM
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The moderator will create their own password. Once they click the new
meeting link they will be able to choose the password they want. Here
are the instructions:
To create a meeting:
1. Type in the unique name for the meeting (if the meeting name is
already being used on the server, you will be told).
2. Type in a Moderator's password (Choose something that is easy to
remember but hard to guess)
3. You do not need to enter your email address. However, if you do
enter your email address then you will be able to ask the server to send
meeting names and passwords to you if you forget them.
4. Please write down the Meeting Name and your Moderator Password
* You will need it to give the meeting name to each of the
participants. You can do this on the call itself.
* Your will need the Moderators password each time you
want to join the meeting as a moderator (who is able to remove names
from the list as they speak). More than one person can be designated as
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Disabled does not mean Unable
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Subject: [teitac-documentation] Hand Raising Utility
Will the Meeting coordinator (Chair/Co-Chair) need a password
to login and mange the Hand Raising Utility ?
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