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Thread began 11/18/2009 6:07 am by david.barrack304604 | Last modified 11/24/2009 9:43 am by david.barrack304604 | 1209 views | 3 replies


Newsletter tool

I need to add a newsletter to a site and thought I'd check if I'm using the right approach. I don't see a specific newsletter tool from WA so was planning on building a registration page that only requires an e-mail address and then use Universal email to cycle through e-mails captured in the database when a newsletter is ready. A front end of course would be needed so the end user can initiate the send. I would just have them place the newsletter in the same location so Universal Mail can find it and use either the same e-mail subject line, body, etc. or again use a database to let the user indicate a new one each time.

Thanks for any input,


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