[Mailman-Users] Re: Mailman User

Kevin Phillips admin at upbeats.com
Sun Jan 6 08:03:23 CET 2002

Hi Wade,
I'm new here so I hope this is not a newbie mistake - I don't use opt-in
listserves for advertising but since you asked I can offer you a place  for your
non-profit to host your email list. We currently provide email listserves for all
of our clients who host with us but we can make special arrangements since you
only need a list and not a web hosting package. We also discount all services for
non-profit organizations and organizations helping the disabled community.
If you're interested, you can contact me off this list at kevin at upbeats.net.  We
own both www.upbeats.com (independent artists) and www.upbeats.net (web hosting).

BTW, this is a great list here at python.org- it's helped us a lot!

Dan Wilder wrote:

> On Sat, Jan 05, 2002 at 10:59:10PM -0500, WH wrote:
> > Hi -
> >
> > I am looking for somewhere to place a small mailing list for a 501(C)3
> > non-profit club.  We are a group of about 120 soaring/sailplane enthusiasts
> > who would like to stay in touch via an e-mail list.
> >
> > Due to our small size we cannot justify setting up our own server, and our
> > web-hosting company (Verio) does not offer e-mail list support.
> >
> > Where can I get a modest e-mail list account for this group?  We are
> > willing to pay a small monthly service fee if necessary.
> >
> > We would be able to manage the list for ourselves, I'm certain.
> >
> > Thanks for any suggestions you might have.
> >
> > Wade Hooke  (webmaster at harrishillsoaring.org)
> > Harris Hill Soaring
> > Elmira, NY
> >
> > http://www.harrishillsoaring.org
> Well, you've already got a domain name.
> If anybody with our club has the inclination and knowledge to
> set up/install a Linux or BSD server on surplus PC hardware (I'm
> talking the sort that should be available for a couple hundred
> US dollars or less), that's sufficient to install Mailman.
> All you need from your web hosting provider is an email forward
> to the list's posting address.  You should be able to stick
> the server in a broom closet and forget about it.  So long
> as it's a broom closet with a DSL, cable modem, or for the
> volume you're talking, even a 56K ppp connection.
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