I used phplist for a while but I didn't like it. Advertised features
were buggy, the sending bit hardly ever worked properly. The way it
works is convoluted without being useful.
I found "letter it" to be much better -
It's in German (no prob to yourself Niall!) but has an English
translation too. It looks simple, is simple, and does what it says on
oh, and happy new year :)
Martin List-Petersen wrote:
> Maybe you should look at something like http://tincan.co.uk/phplist>> It's done in PHP and mySQL and should be pretty easy to customize, if it doesn't
> fit your needs.
>> I've been looking at solutions like that once in a while, but often came up with
> that you had to do it yourself from scratch or take a solution like phplist and
> customize it to the needed solution.
> Martin List-Petersen
> martin at list-petersen dot net
> Q: Why do people who live near Niagara Falls have flat foreheads?
> A: Because every morning they wake up thinking "What *is* that noise?
> Oh, right, *of course*!
>> Citat Niall O Broin <niall at linux.ie>:
>>>>I'm looking for a mailing list manager which uses a MySQL backend, and which
>>>>allows mails to be sent to a subset of the subscribed list based on an SQL
>>query e.g. sent a message to all subscribers aged between 24 & 32 owning
>>yellow Porsches (assuming of course that we have such data) Do any of you
>>have any experience with any of the available MLM packages which do anything
>>>>like that ?
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