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September 26, 2004, 11:56 pm
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I'm setting up a web-page for my boss, including a simple newsletter sent
from a form-mask within an admin-area. I was wondering, weather I should
code the script to send ONE email to all people in the list at ONE time, or
I should use a loop to send everyone a seperate email, to avoid that they
get to read other people's mail-adresses. But this would probably produce a
lot of traffic and would take much execution time.
Well, which one is better?
Re: sending a newsletter
On 09/26/2004 01:56 PM, Christopher-Robin wrote:
If you send one message to all and the recipients addresses are not in a
visible header, Webmail sites like Hotmail will classify your newsletter
as junk. Therefore you need to send separate messages to avoid this problem.
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