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Posted on 1997-07-07
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I'd like to set up a distribution list such that
a recipient of the email would not know the identity
of their fellow recipients.
How is this done? Is there any software package that can do this? if so what?
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Question by:chrisvo
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by:ahoffmann
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how about the bcc: field (blind carbon copy)?

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by:julio011597
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If you're not going to handle thousends of people, just setup an alias pointing to your recipients, then send mail to it.

Rgds, julio
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I will be sending to at least 500 people;
would bcc take care of this? The recipients are
not local to our LAN and internet email addresses
are required...
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Hi,

   The mostly used software to handle that kind of load and more
is majordomo. You could obtain it at http://www.greatcircle.com/majordomo/, manuals, FAQ, source are
all there. 90% of Internet use this software for mailing list, and some could handle over 350.000 users a day like the joke a day mailing list.

Regards,
Minh Lai
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