Looking for a great place to network with your peers?
The CAMFT Community is the place to be! The CAMFT Community
provides a rich social networking opportunity and a more
personalized, relevant experience for members. The CAMFT Community is a
secure, member's only, private networking tool that allows members
to connect and communicate with each other in new, more efficient, more
personalized and user-friendly ways. To login, go to http://community.camft.org (make
sure you bookmark the page for future reference). A step-by-step
guide is posted in the library, under Community
Documents, as is an activity guide to
help you familiarize yourself with the CAMFT Community.
By joining the CAMFT Community you can:
Streamline your experience to make sure you receive the information
that is most relevant to you. You control and manage how you
receive notifications, so you receive focused information and
not an endless barrage of unwanted updates.
You can create a personalized profile and build trusted networks
around topics of common interest.
Through features like forums, groups, and wikis, you will be able to
collaborate and share knowledge and ideas quickly.
Accessing the CAMFT Community:
Your username and password to the CAMFT Community is the same as your
username and password for the Members Only section of the CAMFT
website. We are excited to have you be part of the CAMFT Community
and hope you agree that this is another example of CAMFT's
commitment to meeting the current and future needs of our members
through the adoption of technology that adds value to your CAMFT
To request a username and password send an e-mail to email@example.com.
News Regarding Personal Email Addresses in the CAMFT
Recently the third-party vendor who manages the CAMFT Community
website updated the site to give every community member their own email
address at the community’s domain name. When messages are sent
from CAMFT Community, instead of sending the message “From”
an email address like “firstname.lastname@example.org,” all messages are
sent “From” a private email address such as
Our third-party vendor put this system into place to comply with recent
restrictions put in place by two of the largest email providers, AOL and
Yahoo. They believe that more email providers will also adopt these
policies in the coming year. This change prevents messages from Yahoo or
AOL from being sent from a server not owned by Yahoo or AOL. This meant
that if one of our members with an AOL or Yahoo account tried to send a
message to any of our CAMFT Community groups, those messages would be
rejected by most of the subscribers on the group’s list. Learn
more by searching for “dmarc policy” in your favorite search
The First and Last name of the sender is included in the
“From” field display, so most users won’t notice this
new “From” email address, although some have.
Emails sent to a member’s new private email address will be
forwarded to the member’s primary email address.
Thank you for using the CAMFT Community to connect with your
If you have questions, please send an email to email@example.com.