Microsoft Teams facilitates communications between ACCIS members

Important Tip: Whenever you're invited to click on a link to ACCIS' Microsoft Teams, please right-click and select the option to open in an InPrivate/Incognito browser window.  When prompted, use your ACCIS member credentials (e.g.  Performing these steps will avoid conflicts with existing Office 365 credentials.

Q: How do I ask a question of the members?

There are two options:​


  1. If you prefer the "classic email listserv" method, you can send an email to:
    (NOTE: will also work if this goes into production)

  2. If you'd like to work directly within Microsoft Teams, you can post your question in the 'AskACCIS' channel:

In either case, your question will appear in the 'AskACCIS' channel of Microsoft Teams AND all members in good standing will receive an email notifying them of your new post.

Q: How do I respond to a question from one of the members?

Again, there are two options:

  1. When you receive a "new post" email message, you can reply directly to the message.
    (NOTE: "Replies" are NOT automatically (re)emailed to the ACCIS members. Replies can only be seen within Microsoft Teams)


  2. You can reply to the post directly within Microsoft Teams:
    (This is the recommended method of participation)


Q: How does all of this work behind the scenes?

Here is a flow diagram:

To become an ACCIS member visit our online registration service. (Registration Information)