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  1. thank you, I meant a 3rd party mailing list software, cause it needs plenty of PERL and admin rights to install them on software, and I dont have these rights. anyway, it answers my question, thank you.
  2. Is there any risk at sending email in loop? some thing like [code] while($data = mysql_fetch_assoc($result){     mail($data['email'],$data['name'] "blahblah",$header); } [/code] instead of using a mailing list???
  3. or any other mailing list management software...?? anyone?
  4. Hi! I am trying to install the SYMPA Mailing List Management Softwatre (sympa.org) on a server and I would like to know if anybody has ever installed it before? There is tons of prerequesites (PERL and CPAN) and I would like to know if I have to be server admin to install these? how to you install a perl script and how tro you run one?? I read the SYMPA doc, but it's a bit over my knowledge... Anyone??
  5. Hi! I have to design a script that will allow a site admin to send a mailling list, sometimes with attachement and html format. It has to allow more than one mailing list. I googled a bit, and came upon Ezmlm, I would like to know if there is any other classe that would help doing what I want. And do I need anything extra special to set something like this up on a Sit ethat already has php??
  6. Hi! I use PHPMailer to send mail. I use \n as line carriage (new line) on a PC it works great but on a MAC it seems like \n doesnt work... it print all the text on the same line...
  7. i would try to download xampp at apachefriends.com or easyPHP.org and what if you try only [a href=\"http://localhost/index.php?\" target=\"_blank\"]http://localhost/index.php?[/a]? without the port ... also, I think localhost is port 80 (well, at least for me)
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