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Looking for Mailing List Software


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I have over 12k contacts in my database that need to be categorized and sorted into separate lists. Many of the contacts will most likely appear on multiple lists based on the criteria that i set.

Is there a user friendly program that will allow me to format this database into multiple lists, create custom fields, create mailing labels, select specific lists to work from and de-duplicate when necessary AND send email campaigns as well? Please keep in mind, I am not all that savvy when it comes to HTML coding, etc.

I've been doing some research on my own but with so many programs they are all starting to look the same, MailingList Deluxe 6.50, Email Marketing Director 3.1, HandyMailer 3.1, etc...I was also looking into Microsoft Access, File Maker Pro, Alpha Five, for just the database management end, are those any good?

Can someone tell me what the best program would be for me?
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What program is your database in now?
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