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    Does anyone know a good PHP mailist script.

    I have found some, but they require the person signing up to enter a password for themselves and enter data..

    I just want a plain script where I can easily enter people name.

    IE form with one field, EMAIL and they click submit.

    I then write a newsletter to a text file which is read and sent to everyone that has their email in the MySQL database..

    Does anyone know a very simple script like this or if they could write it.

    I would have to send many emails out, less than 100.


    Anyone recommend a free company that sends out Newsletters aswell?

    Thanx, Peter

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    Check http://www.hotscripts.com/PHP/Script...List_Managers/ ...

    Sorry for the short reply but it was either that or "RTFU"

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    All the simple script are in german or spanish or some other language other than english......

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    If you're willing to wait, SpotScripts.com should be releasing a PHP/SQL based mailing list script. I've done a bit of mild testing and it looks promising.

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    might aswell

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    Petesmc...I would suggest giving VList a try. That is what i am testing and it works very well. Very easy to use as well.

    http://www.namesweb.ltd.uk/vlh/vlist.php
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    VList seems to be a complete rip of my production (max-email)...sorry im probably wrong but that was the feeling i got when i saw it first, a few weeks after realeasing max-email.
    Peter check out http://www.mad-onion.com/solutions/p...s/maxpro/admin
    i am looking for beta testers to weed out any final bugs in the software, if your interested email me.

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    ah...sorry mad-onion...I couldn't have known.
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    Dont worry creole i am probably wrong on the rip thing, i shouldnt really shoot down vlist without knowing... i couldnt even be bothered downloading the code and seeing, maxemail gets my site an extra few hundred hits a day and thats all it was ever meant to do

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