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Only 1/3d of the forum or so still listens to Geeknights. Muppet's never listened. I think it would be irritating to more forumites than helpful.
Go for it
Scott, I have complaints. I put in my email, it asks me if I mean email@example.com instead. Why? Also, I missed the first couple of letters because I didn't notice it existed. Is there any possible way for me to get those?
Permission Lists Only: You may use MailChimp only to send Emails to individuals and entities that either:Possibility 1 - Consent ObtainedA. gave or give you written (including electronic) permission to send Emails to them, without subsequently withdrawing such permission and either:Consent Given Recently gave you the permission within the prior 12 months; orConsent Given More Than One Year Earlier you sent them a promotional email, which was not objected to, within the prior 12 months; orPossibility 2 - Sold or Negotiated to Sell Product or ServiceB. gave or give you their name and email address in connection with their purchase, or negotiations to purchase, a product or service from you, have not opted out from receiving your emails and either:Recent Sale or Negotiation such sale or negotiations occurred within the previous 12 months; orSale or Negotiation Occurred More than One Year Earlier you sent them a promotional email, which was not objected to, within the prior 12 months.If you send Emails to a list, and you get an unusual amount of SPAM complaints (more than 1 out of 1,000), ISPs will begin blocking future emails from your company. They will also request (that's putting it mildly) that MailChimp shut down your account. So if you don't have proof that each recipient on your list has opted-in to receive your emails, or otherwise meets the above requirements, don't import them into MailChimp.
They aren't specialized, are they? Can't you just copy/paste them here, since the text-only folks also have not gotten to read them?
But he had a slip up. This can be corrected, and function as a free sampling to potential subscribers!
What about back issues?
What about back issues?Gotta trade for 'em on Craigslist. Maybe find someone who has them and get them to forward it to you.
What about back issues?Gotta trade for 'em on Craigslist. Maybe find someone who has them and get them to forward it to you. Its like pokemon only not as fun.
For some reason, gmail flagged the latest newsletter as spam.