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A simple Newsletter script that is double opt-in, the subscriber needs to confirm the subscription before they are finally added to the list. The subscriber can opt-out by clicking on a link in the initial email or by entering their email address on a cancel page. Admin writes the Newsletter online and sends it in either html or text. If you have ASPUpload installed on your server then you can upload images for use in the newsletter. Database can be purged of all subscriptions that have not been confirmed within 7 days as well as the ability Compact/Repair, Backup and Restore the database. Create Templates, you can create and edit multiple templates! You can add more admins and assign them rights! Utilizes jQuery tabs and Fancybox2. This script is totally customizable...totally EZ!

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Version:
3.5.1.3 
Filed in:
Scripts / ASP / Scripts & Components / Mailing List Managers
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Last Updated:
Jan 19, 2014 
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License Type:
Freeware
Price:
$0.00 USD
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  • ...i can not access the admin-site content. all get is an "500 - internal server error". what am i missing? what did i do wrong? if you could help me with that i'd be very happy. i put the complete folder "newsletter" into my web application on my local machine. pages are mixed asp.net and classic asp. pool is asp.net 4. any idea will be appriciated. thanks

  • The script was really easy to install - sent out a test newsletter in text format no problem to ascertain it was working. Created an html template - previewed fine - however on sending it out all the URLs are changed to relative urls meaning images don't display in the newsletter. After spending all morning trying to resolve this I gave up!

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • I'm sorry you had a bad experience with it. I do not know why it would do that as it has never done that for me and this is the first time I've heard of that problem. Anyway try the latest version it has been completely revamped and I think you'll like it.

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