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International SMS Messages Now Available!!

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Mikvah Blog
Thursday, 03 September 2009 22:46

MikvahMinder.com is now sending SMS messages anywhere in the world!! 

If you have been using MikvahMinder.com from outside the United States, you can now receive reminders from MikvahMinder.com.  Simply log in, and go to MikvahMinder settings.  You'll have to enter your phone number with the country code first, without any leading zeros.  Then select 'other' for your cell phone provider. 

 

New Feature: MikvahMinder now Sends Messages to Twitter!

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Mikvah Blog
Wednesday, 19 August 2009 22:12

Twitter IconMikvahMinder is pleased to announce that MikvahMinder now can send you your reminders directly to your Twitter account.  If you use this feature, your reminders will be send as private, direct messages to your Twitter account.  MikvahMinder also can also publish Shabbat times to your public Twitter feed.  To activate this feature, just click on 'MikvahMinder Settings' after logging in.

 

Sri Lanka Mikvah Under Construction!

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Mikvah Blog
Saturday, 08 August 2009 22:45

Sri Lanka will soon get its first kosher mikvah. The initiative behind the mikvah, which will be located in the capital city of Colombo, belongs to local Chabad Shluchim Rabbi Mendy and Talia Crombie. The Crombies have been living in Sri Lanka since November 2005, when they opened a Chabad house there to serve both visiting Jewish tourists and local businessmen.

"There are a number of Jewish families living in the capital of Colombo, most of whom are either businessmen or the employees of foreign embassies," Crombie told Chabad.info.

"In the past, women who observe the laws of Jewish family purity had to travel more than three hours by plane to Bangkok, Thailand in order to use a mikvah," he said. The construction work is being carried out by a local Sri Lankan contractor under the close supervision of an Israeli rabbi to ensure that the mikve meets the requirements of Jewish law.

"On the same day that we began the work, the civil war in the country ended," Crombie noted.

The second stage of the project calls for the construction of a building to house the mikve which will also contain dressing rooms, bathrooms and showers.

Crombie said he believed the mikve would begin to operate once the monsoon season is over, when it will be possible to fill it with fresh rainwater.

"Judaism attributes great value to the building of a mikvah," he noted, adding that, "it ensures the continued existence in purity of the Jewish people."

 

Statistics Now Available!

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Mikvah Blog
Tuesday, 04 August 2009 00:17

MikvahMinder™ is proud to announce a new feature:  graphical statistics!  You can now view your records, both the start dates, and your cycle length (intervals) using easy to read graphs which will help you determine whether or not any patterns have emerged.  You can also use this feature to easily document your cycle lengths for your doctor if requested. 

You can access your statistics by clicking on the statistic icon in your MikvahMinder™ calendar.

 

Family Purity by Fishel Jacobs Now Available

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Mikvah Blog
Tuesday, 16 June 2009 11:02
Enhance Your Knowledge of Taharas Hamishpacha!
 
Family Purity"Family Purity" by Rabbi Fishel Jacobs, one of the most comprehensive works on taharas hamishpacha, in English, is now available at MikvahMinder.com
 
Written for Jewish women at every level of observance, this work will greatly enhance your knowledge of taharas hamishpacha.
 
This book is very useful to answer questions you may have about taharas hamishpacha, learn halacha with your spouse and understand complex issues in a clear and graspable form.
 
Order now from MikvahMinder.com. 10% discount for all paid subscribers.
 
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