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Organize Newsletters & "Mail Blast" E-Mail

Does your company receive hundreds of newsletters and "mail blast" e-mails everyday?

Does your in-box become cluttered with these documents mixed with your real email?

Do several people in the company receive the same newsletter?

Organize these newsletters and "mail blasts" and share them with others while saving disk space and bandwidth. Use a Mail-In database to collect these types of documents, and share it with others.

First, create a database, with the StdRxMail template, and open the access control so that others can 'Read' this database. Then either go to your NAB or have your administrator create a 'mail-in' database document which points to this new shared database. Then, when registering for newsletters or other regular information 'blasts' via e-mail, give them the e-mail address that goes to this database, such as newsletters@company.com.

Now you will have an automatic library of Help Tips, search'whatever', and other information that will be manageable, and of use to all.


This was first published in February 2001

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