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Drawbacks and alternatives of ListServ

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by donvier, May 6, 2010.

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  1. donvier

    donvier Thread Starter

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    Hello everyone,

    This is my first time posting in this forum though I have gotten a considerable amount of help from some of the other stuff you guys and gals post on here.

    That being said, I have a question that I did not see an answer for this time during search. While we have many collaboration tools at work, the group that I am with is looking for a software that allows us to interact simply by email (without having to go to the web page and log into our collaborative tools). I know back in the day ListServ was where it was at, but have been warned that there is a possibility of our mail server being blacklisted with different ISPs. Unfortunately we really cannot afford a risk like that seeing as how a large part of our business is external email delivery.
    I was wondering if any of you would have any advice or recommendations in this area? I just created an account with tgethr.com which actually does pretty much exactly what we're looking for. Unfortunately for multiple reasons that will probably not stick with our group. 1 reason being we do somewhat want to house this system inhouse instead of using a third party system. 2 being the overall appearance of their site is not exactly what we were looking for and does not appear to be configurable especially the use of their "Karma" feature. Please let me know what any of you think about this, even if my listserv concerns are not valid.

    Thanks
     
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