Welcome to the MHRA free email alerting service.
This service enables you to receive free emails when new content is added to the sections of your choice on the MHRA website, ensuring you receive the latest news from the MHRA as soon as it is issued. You also have the option of receiving RSS feeds.
The following tells you more about how to use this service:
Quick subscribe service
Our quick subscribe service allows you to quickly and easily sign up for our email alerts. Once you have entered your email address you can choose which pages or sections of our website you wish to subscribe to. This will enable you to make a selection based on your area of interest.
Please note that this link opens in a new window. When you have made your selection, click on ‘Save’ to update your profile and close the window.
Managing your subscriptions
Your existing subscriptions can be managed via our subscriber preferences page.
On this page you can:
- View and manage your current subscriptions
- Set your delivery preferences
- Change your email address
- Add or change your password
- View alerts previously sent to you (in the last 90 days)
- View your personalised RSS feed for your subscription.
You can access your user profile and delete all or part of your subscription using our subscriber preferences page
If you do unsubscribe, please let us know why you want to delete your subscription as this may help us understand how we can improve the service. Please send any feedback about our service to: email@example.com.
Frequently asked questions about using the MHRA email alerting service
Our email alerting service has a dedicated Help page which you can access to find further information.
PDF links within bulletins
There are a few specific problems that some people have reported in regard to opening PDFs via the links in our emails. The following suggestions may help:
- If you receive emails in text format you may find that very long links break within the email. This may be because of settings within your email program which will break the URL into two or more lines. The problem is that the line break is often a hard return. This causes the link to be broken. In this scenario, you will need to copy and paste the address into your browser window . Prior to doing so it may be necessary to paste the link into a text editing program and edit out the hard returns. An alternative in this case is to receivve emails in HTML format.
- In Internet Explorer, some PDF documents may open a blank page. If this happens we recommend that you hit the 'Refresh' button in their browser (or Ctrl+R on the keyboard) to reload the PDF document.
- An alternative solution may require the you to make changes to the Acrobat or Reader application. In Adobe Acrobat Reader (or Acrobat itself) you can go to edit/preferences/options and check the "Display PDF In Browser" option. Leaving this box unchecked forces Acrobat to open the document inside the application, not inside the web page. If problems continue it is also possible to follow the suggestions in the Adobe support document located on their website (external link).
Feedback about the MHRA email alerting service
If you need further assistance or have any suggestions about the MHRA email alerting service, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org