You've already had a nice answer. Look for ezmlm. It is a very powerful
open source mailing manager.

You could store the data in mySQL database and administer it in your
favorite way via PHP or whatever. Then, loop your PHP code and (if you
need this of course) copy all the emails of users you need to send it to
into a temporary table. And run ezmlm to send emails. You can do it all
very automatically and maybe even in a better way that what I said.
Ezmlm is the greatest, with lots of features and add-ons. Even this list
uses it.

Maxim Maletsky
www.PHPBeginner.com



-----Original Message-----
From: Tyler Longren [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] 
Sent: mercoledý 3 ottobre 2001 5.05
To: PHP-General
Subject: [PHP] bulk e-mails


Hello everyone,

I have a few questions about sending bulk e-mails.  We have a client who
has some customers that are signing up to win a prize in a contest.
These users can also join the e-mail club.  What's the best way to send
many, many e-mails?

I don't want to send an e-mail to each individual user (that can be
tough on the server).  I also don't want to just make a bunch of entries
in the To: header.  I don't want people to be able to see who else is on
the mailing list.  Could I solve that problem by putting their e-mails
in the bcc section of the header?

Any other ideas are appreciated...thanks,
Tyler Longren



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