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What is the Library Circulation Notice I get in my e-mail?

The Orange County Library System sends weekly courtesy notices to the e-mail address listed in your library card account to inform you of approaching due dates for items you have checked out.

The e-mail notice will list the author, part of the title, item barcode, call number, and the due date. Occasionally, due to technical difficulties, the detailed information about the checked-out items may not be listed in the e-mail. If you receive an e-mail that doesn't list the items, you can log in to your library account to see what is coming due or give us a call at the Library.

Please note that these are courtesy notices. Failure of the notice to be delivered by your email supplier does not excuse fines.

Within the e-mail there is a link that you can click that will take you to the your online library card account login where you can then view and renew the items you have checked out.

AOL Users-Depending on your e-mail settings, the link for the online library card account login may open in an AOL browser window. There are known issues with AOL access to the library catalog. If you get an error message when the link opens in AOL, try opening Internet Explorer and typing in This will open the "Log in to My Account" page.

If that doesn't answer your question, try searching for another question, or contact Circulation.

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