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Need A Easy To Use Newsletter Sending Program

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I know that this is probably the stupidest software to ask for, but I run a site where I get a lot of e-mail from people who want to be part of my newsletter. The newsletter I send out is sent via yahoo's normal e-mail. I am tired of trying to send e-mails that way. What is the easiest program for a beginner user to do this?

I have an e-mail list, and I just want a simple to use program. I tried one calles "worldcast", it seemed pretty easy but it would not work. I want one that I can use with my IP. Ummm... because the one I mentioned (worldcast) used my IP to send. It has another feature called STMP, but I did'nt know how to use that. & when I tried it failed. Please help me. I have a lot of e-mail to send. I'm a first timer. This is not for ads and stuff. If it was I would obviously already know how to do this.
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Hi. If you have a forum such as SMF, then you can bulk mail everyone very easily. I guess they would register on your forum, and let you know if they want mailings. Just add them to that user group, and then you can send bulk mail to only that group, or eveyone. I think it's the easiest way to do it.
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