Cougalist is a web based mailing list, the idea is you place some code on your page and allow users to add their email address and be informed of any updates made to your page. Alternatively you place a link to the main script (cougalist.cgi) and from there they can learn about the mailing list and either subscribe / unsubscribe from the list.
This is an intermediate mailling list program. It collects emails from users and puts them into a data file. It checks to make sure that the emails are correct and have the @ symbol. It also makes sure the email is long enough and doesn't contain weird charectors.
This is an expanded version of the Filemail system. It will allow your client to add themselves to your list server while they get back issues of your newsletters. Be sure to look over the fields in the delivery HTML document to set your system up. You shouldn't have to make any changes to the script for it to work.
This script is intended to parse an archive generated by majordomo for easier human consumption. It is intended to work on the same server as majordomo, and assumes that the archives are readable by the script. It can also be used by saving the archives to somewhere else that the script can read but obviously if you do it that way it won't automatically update an active archive.
This easy to setup script will store e-mail addresses in a textfile. Subscribers can easily subscribe themselves or unsubscribe on your website. They'll get an automatic reply after subscribing or unsubscribing. You can edit these messages yourself.
This is a mailing list script that allows you to mail a form letter to a list of recipients. This script will also weed out duplicate addresses, and will start the letter by greeting the person by their complete name, if available. The format of each line of your mailing list should look like email:firstname lastname. The form letter's first line should contain only the subject of the letter. To avoid strange looking letters, you could compose it on Eudora or another email client, then save it. You would then only need to chop out the header. If you want to use a signature file, you should put it in your form letter as well.
This is a perl script that can build a mailing list by grabbing addresses from any kind of file. It will work from the command line on any Unix or NT server with perl 5. It will also weed-out duplicate addresses from your list. You can merge many lists together in multiple passes if you wish. The lists created by this application will have one address per line, with a linefeed as the return character. These lists will be usable by most bulk mailer programs.
Master Subscriber is an easy to install and maintain CGI program written with Perl 5 to let your visitors subscribe to your ezine without leaving your website. No longer will your visitors go to your list server's website to subscribe. Works with all list servers that accept email subscribes/unsubscribes, including Majordomo. It is also compatible with the popular free list servers such as onelist.com, topica.com, egroups.com, and others.
Send a message to a recipient list easily, by filling a simple form and clicking only one button from your web browser. Features include: One simple form in browser, Works with a mailing list file on your computer which is uploaded to your server and deleted once task completed, and Send messages individually to each recipient, no bcc: for better results.