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>>>>> "LM" == Leslie Mikesell <les@Mcs.Net> writes:
LM> I think we need a technological answer to this kind of problem. If you
LM> could replace all your mailers at once it might work to teach the
LM> delivery program to store one message per file and do multiple
LM> recipients on the same machine with links.
Thing is, this is almost exactly what news servers do. That is what makes
news servers good for site-wide announcements. And you automatically get
to control (through moderation) what gets posted and where. And you do not
have to worry about different architectures because almost everything has a
news reader these days. And you can easilly control how long messages are
"archived", or whether or not they are ever expired.
And my favorite reason: it is less obnoxious than mass mailings.
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