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electronic mailing list

An automated email system on the Internet, which is maintained by subject matter. There are thousands of such lists that reach millions of individuals and businesses. New users generally subscribe by sending an email with the word "subscribe" in it and subsequently receive all new postings made to the list automatically. Mailing lists are also called "listprocs" and "listservs," the latter coming from the popular LISTSERV package. Majordomo is a popular public domain mailing list program. See LISTSERV.
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This CRM system e-mail list is built from various source such as Trade shows and conferences, Government records listings, Annual reports and public filings, business and trade magazine subscriptions, Yellow pages.
The company said that it has calculated the appropriate algorithm, expressed as a set of well-defined instructions detailed in the process of validating e-mail addresses and has developed its server-based software for e-mail list validation that has the technical capability to communicate and connect with all e-mail servers to validate entire e-mail address databases.
By developing an up-to-date e-mail list now, you will be a position to forward hundreds of people critical information with the click of a button.
Clinton Foundation became the latest group to buy access to the former first lady's huge e-mail list complied during the campaign, ABC News reported.
"'We are seeing an overwhelming industry shift from traditional postal and e-mail list marketing to online marketing such as co-registration and other cost-per-lead and cost-per-action programs,' said Ray Tesi, SVP, Worldata.
Sprague also utilized an e-mail list he compiled of more than 700 of his customers.
Dean Wright said he would also like to build an e-mail list for better communication with donors.
Reputable e-mail list providers rent lists that are restricted to one-time use.
Schools outside of California and Texas interested in participating in future expansion of the program can join the nonprofit research institute's e-mail list. www.mindinstitute.net
To get your e-mail list started, all that is basically needed is a place for an e-mail address on a new-patient form, along with a box to check if the patient is interested in receiving electronic communications.
In July a scammer based in Jaipur, India, spammed an e-mail list looking for Kerry supporters to contribute to the campaign via a Web page copied from Kerry's official site.