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Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by LenZFLaIR, Sep 19, 2003.

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  1. LenZFLaIR

    LenZFLaIR Thread Starter

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    I guess I can start by saying, who knows how to do this? Or has done this before? I'm pretty sure I can figure it out, (pretty smart and got some smart friends with the right kind of knowledge) but since I have never done this before I would need to gather my thoughts and do some brainstorming...

    We basically, want to send a newsletter to different clients once a week or so, not as an attachment but as the actual email.

    Any suggestions to would be appreciated.

    Thanks.
     
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    HTML or Plain Text?
     
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    make a new distribution list.
     
  5. LenZFLaIR

    LenZFLaIR Thread Starter

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    It's going to be HTML.

    But honestly, I've never done this.

    Not only that, but my job title is Administrative Manager.

    Not designer or network admin. as I have been doing just because I know a thing or two.

    I am going to suggest they out-source. But I was curious as to how difficult HTML is??

    BTW, Thanks for the link. (even if I don't do this now for work, I am interested in learning for myself)

    We will see how it proceeds....


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