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Topic # 57518 16-Feb-2010 10:40
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What would anyone recommend as a good mailing list program to integrate into Outlook 2003/2007?  I have a customer thats currently BCC'ing in lots of 30-40 but I would rather they have something that sends individually overnight or something - Ive used Act! in the past and didnt like it one little bit.  Ive also used a program that does it based on mailing lists in Excel but they already have the lists made in outlook and I dont particularly want to be trying to teach them to export their mailing lists.  Any suggestions would be great.

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  Reply # 299452 16-Feb-2010 11:14
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Thanks man. Just taken a good look at it and Im pretty sure it'll do what I want - just got to see if they can wrap their minds around it now :).


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  Reply # 299455 16-Feb-2010 11:21
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We have had good success with Group Mail (

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