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We have an organizational announcement sent out in a newsletter each week, using mailchimp.
Apparently some of the content flags the newsletter as spam for several clients, and we'd like to avoid that in the future.
Is there a service that we could use that would allow us to place a link on our web site, which points to www.someplace.com/newsletter, but that could be modified each week to actually point to that week's newletter address, as it's modified each week (I know I could modify the website link each week, but I'm trying to avoid that if possible).
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The easy way to do it would be to have a link for "Current Newsletter" linked to "current_newsletter.pdf", then all you have to do is to upload the new newsletter each week to the server, using the same file name and overwriting the old one.

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Paul MacDonaldDirector, Information SystemsCommented:
Since it's the web server that serves up whatever is at www.someplace.com/newsletter, changing where the link points on the server side is the only way accomplish what you're after.

You could script something, so the page redirects to the most current newsletter, but you'll need to always send people to that link.
The best thing I have found is iContact (https://www.icontact.com/). It is a double opt-in mail list.  ISPs and major email providers have come to recognize that and don't generally block it. So you create your mail out and send to those people on it, and they opt in or not.  It is legit, but it does cost money. It will tell you how many received it, and other stats.

Anytime you send a link some email programs may mark it as spam as a lot of people do phishing exactly this way.
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