The CCAMLR e-groups facility was established to foster improved collaboration among intersessional working groups. A new version of the system was rolled out in 2019. The system is built using open source tools and is hosted by the CCAMLR Secretariat.
Each e-group includes a forum for discussion between users of the group on various topics.
To manage user access to e-groups
To manage users access to the e-groups, you must be logged into the CCAMLR website (www.ccamlr.org). On the top toolbar, hover over ‘Manage User Accounts’. From the drop-down menu select ‘Manage Contact List’.
You will be taken to the Contact List Management page. Select the appropriate list (in this case e-groups Users).
Party Administrators manage contact lists for their own Party. The Party drop-down box displays the name of the Party being managed, as shown here:
The contact list for each Party contains members who have access to e-groups. Party Administrators have the ability to add or remove e-group users from the list at any time.
Note: Users with expired accounts will not appear on the distribution lists and will not have access to e-groups.
To add a user
To add a user, select their name from the ‘Add User to List’ drop-down menu, and click ‘Add User’. If a person does not appear in the drop-down menu it means that they are not yet a CCAMLR website user or their account has expired. They will either need to be added to the site or have their access period ‘extended’ before being added to a contact list.
To remove a user
To remove a person from the list, click the checkbox next to their name, and click ‘Remove Selected’.