Peter: Have you tested Yahoo groups ( http://groups.yahoo.com )? The mailings haven't had ads in any I've seen. Ads have only appeared on the web pages themselves and there's rarely a need for anyone actually to go to one of the pages if a mailing list is all it's used for. I'm sure there are others, but I used eGroups before Yahoo swallowed them and I've created various Yahoo groups since. It's what I'm familiar with and I'm comfortable with them. They don't seem likely to go away before others might. Moderation is an option. The group can be private, invitation only. Various goodies such as polls are available. The basic stuff is free, though I think you can purchase extras such as storage for digital photos or whatever. Create a group that has just you plus a temporary e-mail address that you create somewhere (Netscape, HoTMail, wherever) and test it using your two addresses. Maybe it's good enough. Tom Liotta midrange-nontech-request@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote: > 1. Mailing List Services (FREE Prefered) (Peter Vidal) > >I want to be able to have a similar mailing list for my church. Obviously, I >do >not want to add an extra burned the Treasury Dept so I want the service to be a >free one. However, I love the way the emails are handled here with no ads, >being able to monitor and filter the messages before releasing those to the >public, etc. -- Tom Liotta The PowerTech Group, Inc. 19426 68th Avenue South Kent, WA 98032 Phone 253-872-7788 x313 Fax 253-872-7904 http://www.powertech.com __________________________________________________________________ McAfee VirusScan Online from the Netscape Network. Comprehensive protection for your entire computer. Get your free trial today! http://channels.netscape.com/ns/computing/mcafee/index.jsp?promo=393397 Get AOL Instant Messenger 5.1 free of charge. Download Now! http://aim.aol.com/aimnew/Aim/register.adp?promo=380455
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