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4/4/2011 7:47 PM
 
Hi,

We use the DNN 5.1 professional platform on our website, which comes with the Newsletter module. We would like to use it to send out bulk emails with attachments. Is that possible? What is the best way to go about it?

Does the module use the server that the website lives on to send the emails? Will it protect the server from getting on spam lists? Does this module take the place of services provided by other bulk emailing companies? Or should we still use a company like Constant Contact for bulk emails?

Thank you.
 
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4/5/2011 3:18 AM
 
You can send 1 attachment with a newsletter / bulk email message. Messages are sent through the SMTP server that is set up in host settings

Erik van Ballegoij, Former DNN Corp. Employee and DNN Expert

DNN Blog | Twitter: @erikvb | LinkedIn: Erik van Ballegoij on LinkedIn

 
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