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Subject:RE: List server sites and software? From:Emru Townsend <etownsen -at- Softimage -dot- com> To:"'techwrl'" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Fri, 2 Jun 2000 15:59:27 -0400
I like eGroups. I've been using it to moderate two lists, and I'm a member
of several others hosted there. It's easy and painless, and even the most
computer-illiterate of my list members can deal with it.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Humbird, LenX [mailto:lenx -dot- humbird -at- intel -dot- com]
> This is on-topic, I think. Eric's recent message prompted me to ask.
> Can anyone recommend a web site that supports free mail lists for the
> general public? I'm investigating possibilities for a non-profit
> organization that I help out. I've looked into listbot.com (hate it),
> egroups.com (jury is still out), and their own ISP (who recently
> de-installed lyris, so they don't have any service at the
> present time).
> The reason I dislike listbot.com is that it has a clunky UI,
> and one of the
> members of the list complained that junk mail began arriving after
> subscribing to their service.