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Email feature with .Net Blogs

I am currently looking for an asp.net blog solution (paid or open source) that will email subscribers when a new post has been published. Having the ability to edit this email before it's sent is also preferred.

I have looked at a lot of solutions, but can't find much information on emailing features. Are there any asp.net solutions out there that can do this?
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Carl TawnSystems and Integration DeveloperCommented:
Have you considered WordPress?

Todd GerbertIT ConsultantCommented:
http://www.asp.net/ also has some blogging sites you can download for free, though I don't have any experience with any of them.
Just add an RSS feed to your website. Here are some links to RSS programs:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa478968.aspx (just click the RSSAggregator.msi to download the RSS msi.

If they subscribe to your feed they will be notified of updates.
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mktgwebAuthor Commented:
Unfortunately, we can't use Wordpress because it's not ASP.Net (our IT won't support anything else) and we already plan on using RSS, but we want to email all the subscribers as well.

Also, I checked out www.asp.net, and while it has a good selection of blog software, there are limited descriptions and it shows more than just asp.net solutions.

If they are subscribed to the RSS they will get an e-mail if they choose to get one..
Todd GerbertIT ConsultantCommented:
Yeah...www.asp.net is just all Windows stuff, not necessarily .Net - but it's easy to download & try them to see if they do what you want.  Also, since your IT dept. won't support anything other than .Net I assume that's because they're familiar with the .Net programming languages, and if they know C# of VB.Net adding an e-mail notification to one of these open-source blog engines should be fairly trivial.

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