Newsletter Subscription Software

I've looked at about 30 different porgrams for automating the email newlsetter subscripe/unsubscribe process. I have a client (non-profit) that needs this ability incorporated into their site. I'm not so much looking for links here, as I am some remarks by anyone that has successfully used software for this and has advice on which ones work well.

Just FYI - The site will eventually run on a Windows box and be maintained with FrontPage.

Thanks,
seanpowell
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coreybryantCommented:
This portal is pretty cool:  http://www.webavail.com/aleza/ & it offers an pretty good newsletter.  I actually have that running on an NPO site myself. Of course I do not have the links part activated, but they use the newsletter all the time & they have no problems with it.

Also check out:  http://www.webwizguide.info/asp/sample_scripts/mailing_list_script.asp - they offer great support at a great price (free)  :)  And another board I am on uses their forum & it is fantastic.   So I am sure this is as well.  

And I do use FP to maintain the NPO site with no problems :)

-Corey

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seanpowellAuthor Commented:
Thanks Corey - that's perfect :-)
coreybryantCommented:
Glad that I could help. It was my turn!  :P

-Corey
seanpowellAuthor Commented:
Sorry to take so long to get back to you on this - you know how it goes - some weeks are quiet, others are crazy ...
coreybryantCommented:
No worries.  I tend to forget about some of my questions LOL especially if I get sidetracked, which happens a lot.  And I had fogotten about this one, for sure.  I can't remember both my questions & comments, that would be way too much!  :)
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