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Mailing list with subscribe/unsubscribe features [closed]

What application (desktop or web based) can i use to create a mailing list with subscribe/unsubscribe features.

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Guest [Entry]

"I think MailChimp is the way to go for this. It's now free for lists of up to 2,000 subscribers and 12,000 emails/month (though the free account does stick a MailChimp badge on your emails). They also have monthly plans and a pay as you go plan, which starts at $9 for 300 emails (.03 an email). Monthly plans start at $15/month.

It's web based, and they support importing from .csv, Google contacts, Salesforce, and other services. Here's a summary of features -- I've found the stats to be pretty helpful, and overall the site is easy (and even fun) to use and the results look professional."
Guest [Entry]

"Mailman is the standard tool used by most open-source mailing lists. I'm not sure exactly if it can import your contacts in those formats.

Alternatively you could set up a Google Group if you don't want to host it yourself."
Guest [Entry]

We use PHPlist which is free and we're happy with it. I'm not sure how well it compares to others, but we send about 80,000 a week without issue.
Guest [Entry]

"Something like Dada Mail?

Dada Mail's philosophy is simple - Be easy to setup, easy to administrate and easy for your visitors to interact with. Dada Mail itself is a sophisticated program, but time and effort has been put in to make it usable, something other programs forget to bother with and for good reason - its hard to make something easy. We put just as much time designing what Dada Mail looks like as we did developing the actual code. What's the worth of a Mailing List Manager you can't understand? Probably not the hundreds of dollars you might have paid for something similar or the hours you spent trying to make it work .Even through its development, as new features have been added, we've taken the time to step back and ask ourselves, ""does this make sense?"""