[thelist] Newsletter as HTML Email

Julian Rickards julian.rickards at gmail.com
Wed Jan 31 11:51:36 CST 2007

That too is a question of mine. However, rather than depending on RSS, my
cousin could simply send an email stating that a new article is available.
Given that he intends only for family to read it (and he has our email
addresses), a simple email alert would solve the RSS issue.


On 31/01/07, Hassan Schroeder <hassan.schroeder at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 1/31/07, Barney Carroll <barney at textmatters.com> wrote:
> > Emphasise the RSS feed. The way I use feeds (via Thunderbird, my email
> > client), RSS feeds are mailing lists plus. In fact with RSS I no longer
> > see the point in mailing lists.
> That's nice. Now, back in the real world, walk me through this:
> Now: client sends nicely formatted HTML email (with text/plain version)
> to /wildly non-technical/ customers; all they have to do is open their
> mail
> and read it.
> You're suggesting this simple, user-friendly process be replaced by
> exactly what?

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