Exchange 2003 and Mailing lIsts

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I am looking for recomendations on third party software for settin up Customer mailing lists. The idea is to have my customers come to a web page, and choose which email lists they want to either be a member of, or remove themselves from a list. The 3 most important criteria are; 1. Easy for a customer to make changes from a web interface. 2. Works with Exchange 2003 3. Low cost or free. I appreciate feedback on what software you have used to implement a system such as this, and how it has worked for you. Brian Smith
ASKED: December 6, 2006  7:43 AM
UPDATED: December 7, 2006  2:33 PM

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Take a look at GFI. They have aq anti-spam package that also includes a listserv. I don’t think, however, that users have a web interface ti make changes, it is just an e-mail thing where you send an e-mail in a certain format with a certain word or words to indicate the change you wish, and the listserv complies. I belive it is a part of the software that stays live even after the trial period has ended (the disclaimers also stay alive).

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