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    Could someone recommend an email program that's inexpensive that could be used to send out newsletters, mailings, etc? Thanks in advance.

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    Try Sendblaster

    It has html templates and so forth, excellent for sending out newsletters, there is a free version as well, though limited and think it costs about 90 for full version
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    Thanks Betpartners!

    That looks like it will work for us.

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    I use GroupMail which is pretty good, and also look at icontact
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    I've been using DaDa Mail (http://dadamailproject.com/) it is free, easy to set up, has subscribe pages, allows a php script to subscribe that can be inserted into your web page, and an "auto archive" so your readers can view prior newsletters. I've been right happy with it over the past year or so.
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    Thanks Simon & Bruce! We will go thru these options and decide which one to implement. Handling a 10k mailing list is a nightmare! hehe

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    EMAILBRAIN WORKS WELL FOR ME

    http://www.emailbrain.com/eb/index.shtml
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    Simon,

    How do you find groupmail for delivery rates?

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