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From John Rudd <jr...@ucsc.edu>
Subject Re: Constant Contact
Date Fri, 16 Oct 2009 18:00:26 GMT
UCSC uses them for various announcement messages as well (I think
they're mostly in-bound (ie. sending to UCSC addresses), but I don't
know if that's 100% true).

So, while I can't speak to whether or not they send spam, I can vouch
that they are sometimes used to send ham.


JRudd


On Fri, Oct 16, 2009 at 10:54, Miles Fidelman
<mfidelman@meetinghouse.net> wrote:
> Chris Hoogendyk wrote:
>>
>> Just to add another data point -- There is a local network of small tech
>> entrepreneurs in my region. They have an email list for discussing various
>> aspects of running small businesses (sometimes just one person out of their
>> home), and one of the questions that frequently comes up is how to get out
>> bulk mailings to their customers. When that topic comes up, one of the most
>> common recommendations, and what many of them use, is Constant Contact. It
>> does the job cleanly and efficiently and fits in their budgets. Many of them
>> have had an experience of trying to do it themselves and getting tangled up
>> with their ISP's policies.
>>
>> So, even though I cringe when I hear a name like Constant Contact, it does
>> serve a legitimate business need.
>
> And one more data point: a bunch of local parent-teacher organizations use
> Constant Contact for their newsletters and announcements.
>
> --
> In theory, there is no difference between theory and practice.
> In practice, there is.   .... Yogi Berra
>
>
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