jonc at nc.rr.com
Sat Feb 22 23:51:06 CET 2003
On Fri, 2003-02-21 at 22:59, Swanko007 at aol.com wrote:
> 1. Can this program delete the wrong addresses automatically, where as with
> aol you have to do it manually?
Nothing deletes a "wrong" address automatically, but if the address
bounces too often then Mailman will automatically move the address over
to "No Mail" so that it no longer sends mail to the address.
> 2. Can you import your maillist from a dbf format and include it in your
> program or does it have to be reentered?
DBF format - no. You can dump your mailing list out to a text file (one
address per line) and then use that to subscribe folks.
> 3. How many emails can be sent at one time?
How many emails can your mailserver handle?
Note: Mailman is not a personal mailing list handler, it is a server
(web-based) mailing list management application that is designed for
corporate or community use. If can easily be installed on any common
version of Unix or Linux (or Mac OS-X), but it is not really suitable
for use on a Windows based server.
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