Problem handling mass emails from outlook and/or Gmail

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brion dublin

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Brief:
So we have a little networking group which is a Fun non-profit thing here in Atlanta,
and we have a little over 500 names on the mailing list and counting.

Question:
What is the Best Free solution to emailing the whole mailing list all in one go?

Problem:
Both Outlook and Gmail.com have restrictions over a certain number of email address's.
We tried Evite.com, but that has restrictions also, and many of those emails end up going to our recipients junk mail folder.

Insight:
We don't do any fancy invite newsletter stuff, but putting together a Microsoft Publisher mail-out would be a nice option. but we prefer the quick and simple shout-out with a few words on time and place!

Does anyone have a good solution?
Thank you in advance!
 
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I don't know about in the States, or about other ISPs', but my ISP here in Canada would require that I have a business connection, not residential, in order to do any kind of mass e-mailing.
 

brion dublin

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Thanks for the insight Root!,
I was hoping some wizkid would be able to offer a Good solution!
In the past, I have kept my email address's on an excel file in groups of 100.
Then I would send out my invites in batched of 100 from outlook.
thats a real pain though.

Can anyone else help?
 
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