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Fri Jan 25 08:00:12 CET 2008
2008/1/25, Cyndi Norwitz <cyndi at tikvah.com>:
> From: Khalil Abbas <khillo100 at hotmail.com>
> Date: Fri, 25 Jan 2008 06:41:14 +0000
> Now this is the most logical and reasonale answer I've ever got .. this
> is what I call: a reply from a professional.. she's right, I have no
> idea that this is spamming.. all I know about spamming is those who send
> you repeatedly every once in a while, and all I wanna do is send a
> simple invite and that's all.. if this is spamming, then screw it .. I'm
> no programmer and no whiz.. somebody gave me this huge list of emails
> for money and said it will make people more aware of my site if I used
> it to invite them ..
> anyways, thanks cyndi.. I really appeciate your help ..
> You're welcome. But as you read further in your email you'll see that
> others here shared my views.
> I'm very glad to hear you've changed your mind about this mailing. I wish
> you luck in your legitimate promotional efforts (buying ads on search
> engines or mailer software or elsewhere is a good choice).
Yes, irrelevant to Mailman but promotion-wise you may want to look at
adwords (Google). I am sure Yahoo! does something similar.
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