OFAC has made some changes to its email system, including trying to reduce duplicate notifications (I get ones for recent actions, SDN updates and the specific program being updated – 3 emails for one change!). The text of the notice:
The Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) has updated its automated email notification system. As a result, emails announcing OFAC actions (e.g. SDN List updates, the release of new guidance and/or general licenses) will change in appearance. OFAC will continue to notify e-mail subscribers of updates to its website. However, OFAC has consolidated some of its e-mail services so subscribers may notice a reduction in duplicate notification messages. Members of the public that are already subscribed to OFAC-related subscription lists do not need to subscribe again. Previous subscriptions will be maintained. Further, emails will continue to be sent from firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
And then, of course, are links to the Recent Actions RSS Feed and email notification service (provided below)…marketing, marketing, marketing!
P.S. Note to iPad/iPhone users, or Google Play users – try the RSS feed with Rockmelt – it's pretty darn cool, if Mr. Watchlist says so himself!