(a) Chapter 7 cases. In Chapter 7 cases, all notices required by Bankruptcy Rule 2002(a), except clause 4 thereof, which are mailed after the expiration of the time for the filing of proofs of claim pursuant to Bankruptcy Rule 3002(c) may, unless the Bankruptcy Court orders otherwise, be mailed only to: (1) creditors whose claims have been filed; (2) creditors, if any, who are still permitted to file claims by reason of an extension granted under Bankruptcy Rule 3002(c)(6); and (3) any entities which have requested notice.
(b) Change of Address. Any party in interest which desires that its address for notices be changed from the address shown on any proof of claim, request for notice, or other paper previously filed by such party must file such request with the Bankruptcy Clerk and serve a copy of same on the debtor's attorney, the United States Trustee, and the trustee. Changes of address must be filed in each adversary proceeding, and filing in the main case alone is not sufficient. A party shall not be entitled to notice at the new address in the absence of complete compliance with this Rule.