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Wordpress - mailing list and post management?

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I need to develop wordpress site with forum like features where we can collect email ids and send daily digest like Yahoo Group as well as admin to manage the posts to view.

Is there a plugin to do ? please suggest.
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You may also want to consider MailChimp as a third party service.  It's a silly name but they feature a very tight integration with WordPress and you can create a daily digest email from the WordPress RSS feed.
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Thanks let me try it.
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