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    Newsletter Software ala ListBuilder

    Is anyone aware of any solid newsletter/e-zine software that has options along the lines of Microsoft's ListBuilder.

    We're currently using ListBuilder for our network of sites, but would prefer to use some software on our own servers that we own and maintain.

    Any pointers out there?
    Thanks,
    Bryan

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    what type of features/platform?

    I'm not familiar with microsoft listbuilder, but I have a basic newsletter/user manager written in .asp.. but I don't know if it will meet your needs...

    let me know and I'll send you the code
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    Re: what type of features/platform?

    Originally posted by aspapp
    I'm not familiar with microsoft listbuilder, but I have a basic newsletter/user manager written in .asp.. but I don't know if it will meet your needs...

    let me know and I'll send you the code
    Guess I should clarify that ListBuilder lets me maintain as many lists as I want as well as keeping demographic information about my subscribers for marketing purposes, so they've got a pretty decent setup over there.

    For economical reasons, I'd prefer to do this myself I could code this up in PHP or Perl, but would prefer to just drop in a package..

    Any ideas?
    Bryan

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    You might want to check out http://www.resourceindex.com/ . They have lots of cgi and php scripts for pretty much everything. Some free, some not. Hope that helps
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