1. In The Raiser's Edge, on the Query page, create a new query.  The type is Constituent and the Format is Dynamic.

NOTE: The Dynamic format updates the query results each time the query is ran.
 
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2. On the Criteria tab, expand the Constituent node and select Birth date.  For the Operator select Equals and for the Date, select This month (any year).

NOTE: The operator "This Month" allows one query to be built in Rasier's Edge that automatically updates

Then click OK




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3. Name the query and click Save. Optionally, you may wish to add a description letting The Raiser's Edge (RE) users know that this query is used by NetCommunity and not to alter or delete it.




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4. When logged into NetCommunity, from the Email menu, select Lists.  Then click New List.  In the Data Source drop-down, select Constituent List.  Then click OK.



 
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5. Enter a name for the List, and optionally add a Description.  Then click Add Query.


 
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6. Search for the query created above and click Select.




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7. Click the Save button to save the list.


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8. From the Email menu, select Scheduled emails and click New scheduled email


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9. Provide the following information for the new scheduled email:
  • Schedule Name (This is the name that appears in the list of scheduled emails)
  • Mark the Enable schedule checkbox
  • Click the Select template button and select a template
  • Click the Select list button and select the list created above
  • Mark the Recurrence option and select the day (Monthly on the first in this example)
  • Specify a Begin date and optionally an End date
  • Select the time zone and time when the recurring message will run
  • Click Save
 
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Note: The list will refresh automatically when NetCommunity sends the scheduled email.