Attention all VFW WebMail Users,
It has been brought to our attention that an email purporting to be from Zimbra (the company that makes this email software) has been turning up in our mailboxes over the past few days.
The email states that Zimbra has upgraded their servers and you are required to update your credentials or risk losing the ability to access your email.
This is NOT an official email from the VFW WebMail or Aux Mail system. DO NOT click on the link provided and never give your password to anyone.
If you have received this email already or if you receive it or any others like it in the future, please disregard it, delete it, or mark it as spam immediately.
Remember, the VFW WebMail Mail team will never ask you for your password and we will certainly never request it via email.
Thanks for your prompt attention to this matter.
PS. If for some reason you already responded to that email. Please login to your account and change your password immediately.
Dr. Steven Youngberg
VFW NE Webmaster
Attention all VFW WebMail Users,
On 03 JULY 14, the John E. Walls VFW Post 2634 of Nebraska City, and its ladies Auxiliary, presented service branch flags to the members of Nebraska City’s four Nursing Home Facilities.
The members were also serenaded by the “Belles A-Peelin’” ladies vocal group, singing patriotic songs, as well as the Armed Forces Medley, the songs of the five service branches.
Story by: Roger Kopf, John E. Walls VFW Post 2634 of Nebraska City
The VFW Nebraska Webmail passwords were reset Sunday (6-8-14) for new 2014/2015 year. All newly elected officers, committees, posts, districts, HQ, etc. will need to use the new default password (contact VFW NE HQ – 402-464-0674) and enter your personal password for use during the 2014/2015 year.
A user guide is helpful to set up your webmail system. CLICK HERE
The VFW Department of Nebraska On Line Reporting system will be reset for 2014/2015 year on July 1, 2014. All current calculations will start at “0″ for the new year.
The VFW Webmail default password changed due to being compromised. Outside users have been using our system.
If you have claimed your Webmail account and have created a personal password you will need to get into your account, you may need to obtain the new default password and then create your personal password agian.
The new default password will create better security for our system.
Contact VFW NE HQ for the new default password:
The John E. Walls VFW Post 2634 Auxiliary recently received a thank you from a Nebraska Citian’s son who is stationed aboard the U. S. S. Scranton, SSN 756. CARE packages were sent in May. The U. S. S. Scranton is an east coast based nuclear powered submarine of the Los Angeles class.
Paula Waterfield is the Auxiliary President.
Story by: Roger Kopf
VFW Nebraska’s Newspaper/Newsletter publication placed Second in the Medium Department category of the 2014 VFW National Publications Contest.
A plaque indicating second place in the Medium Department category of the 2014 VFW National Publications Contest will be shipped to the Department of Nebraska headquarters.
You are cordially invited to the Department of Nebraska VFW State Convention on Thursday, June 5, 2014 at 3:30 p.m. in Norfolk Nebraska at the Divots Center, 4200 W. Norfolk Ave.
“Skill Touch” is a multi- game of skill that offers income to Posts. Even if a post does not have a home, they can contact and recruit local businesses to place the machine in and the post makes money from that machine. The business makes money, the post makes money and the player can win money.
How does this all work…. Come to this meeting, see how the machines work, and learn about the pay-out from these skill game machines. Income from these machines is intended to help posts, veterans and programs. There is no cost to posts or businesses to place machines.
Plan to attend:
Department of Nebraska, VFW Convention
Thursday June 5, 2014
Presentation @ 3:30 P.M.