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Last week marked the first issue - the May issue - of our DaniWeb Monthly Digest eNewsletter. I was just looking for some feedback on it. Anyone read it? :)

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Oh well. I've noticed it's fallen into more Junk folders than the plain text emails I used to send out about 3 times a year, and consequently hasn't driven the same traffic burst to the site as the plain text emails.

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The newsletter should include some of the latest tips about programming/operting systems/web like the latest news.

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Any suggestions? Things you would like to see in a monthly newsletter? For now (at least) I would like to focus on stuff that can be automatically generated by the site, as opposed to the extra resources it would take to write articles specifically for the newsletter.

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I don't currently recieve it, but I've liked that current blogger a ton (I can't think of his name off the top of my head).

His articles are pretty good, and mabe newsletter worthy.

Thanks.

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I got one today. I use thundedbird version 1.5.0.4 (20060516) email.

This is the content type of the email: text/plain; charset="UTF-8"

However, the entire email was test/html, so it did not render. I saw raw html.

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I don't currently recieve it, but I've liked that current blogger a ton (I can't think of his name off the top of my head).

That will be mikeandike22 methinks...

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that will be you methinks...

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No false modesty, I honestly didn't even consider you might be referring to me!

But thanks anyway :)

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Yah ... second edition was sent out last week. It seems to be hit or miss who gets it. VERY frustrating to say the least.

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Yah ... second edition was sent out last week. It seems to be hit or miss who gets it. VERY frustrating to say the least.

Dani, deliverability problems can be solved in two ways:

1) check the content (i.e. if you use words like Viagra, object in capital letters, html syntax errors... )

2) check the SMTP/provider? Is it blacklisted? www.openrbl.org

I solved your problems with a good ASP enewsletter manager: www.mailupnet.com , which I think it's better than similar services (ConstantContact, Vertical Response...) because it's very flexible and I pay a monthly flat fee, regardless of how many emails I send, or how many contacts I have in my DB.

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Would it not be possible to have a request on this message board so that people who do want it can put down their e-mail address? Or would this be too personal/difficult. I would LOVE to get a copy!!!

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