Homeschool Webmasters

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Programs, list management, tips & tricks, protecting email address

AOL Postmaster Info
Is your email not reaching AOL members? Technical site to help you figure out why and what to do about it.

Dada Mail
Dada Mail is an intuitive, web-based e-mail list management system, which runs on any hosting account that can execute custom CGI scripts.

Digest Reader
Use to read digests easier for yahoo groups and others.

Homeschool Radar
Set up a virtual Radar to track YOUR specific interests. Easy and free.

Joe Maller:JavaScript: Protect your email address
Reduce spam and junk email by using JavaScript to hide your address from spam-bots, a step-by-step tutorial.

Mach5 Mailer
Email merge software for your Windows 98SE or later workstation connects directly to your data source and sends mass yet personalized email merge mailings through your own SMTP server.

Windows only. MailWasher is a powerful email checker with effective spam elimination. Discover the safe way to stop unwanted viruses and e-mails before they get to your computer. Recommended by several of our list members.

Mailman, the GNU Mailing List Manager
Mailman is free software for managing electronic mail discussion and e-newsletter lists. Mailman is integrated with the web, making it easy for users to manage their accounts and for list owners to administer their lists. Mailman supports built-in archiving, automatic bounce processing, content filtering, digest delivery, spam filters, and more

HTML MailTo Tricks
Mailtos are a convenient way to let your audience offer feedback on your Web site or to arrange other contact information. But you can do a lot more with a mailto than just automatically generate an email message. Super Ninja Mailtos can automatically CC: and BCC: people–or even fill in the subject line. Here’s how to customize your mailto functions.

Spamproof Your Site
Anyone who operates their own Website knows that you need to provide a way for visitors to contact you by email. The big challenge is to provide easy email access to your visitors, without letting junk mail flood your inbox. The techniques described in this article have enabled me to dramatically reduce the amount of junk mail I receive through all my sites. by Dan Thies, October 31st 2002.

While visiting relatives for Thanksgiving we set up SquirrelMail on our server so we would be able to access our email remotely and it worked pretty well. It’s opensourced, so we downloaded it for free. Susan Frederick.

Yahoo Groups Help
Having an issue with Yahoo Groups not working as expected?