Usenet Clients, including: Ibm Lotus Notes, Pan (newsreader), Outlook Express, Gnus, Sylpheed, Slrn, Forté Agent, Opera Mail, Grabit, Newsreader … Groupwise, Windows Mail, Newsman Pro, Binbot

Usenet Clients, including: Ibm Lotus Notes, Pan (newsreader), Outlook Express, Gnus, Sylpheed, Slrn, Forté Agent, Opera Mail, Grabit, Newsreader … Groupwise, Windows Mail, Newsman Pro, Binbot

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The New Direct Mail? [NBC: 5-20-2011]

Subscribe for news updates every 10 minutes. Like/Dislike, Favorite, Comment, Embed on Blog, Facebook Share, and Tweet this video. Get the word out on this video. Get an email once a day tinyurl.com Like on Facebook to get updates tinyurl.com Follow on Twitter to get updates tinyurl.com – Friday May 20 2011 11:36 am en.wikipedia.org Direct marketing is a form of advertising that reaches its audience without using traditional formal channels of advertising, such as TV, newspapers or radio. Businesses communicate straight to the consumer with advertising techniques such as fliers, catalogue distribution, promotional letters, and street advertising. Direct Advertising is a sub-discipline and type of marketing. There are two main definitional characteristics which distinguish it from other types of marketing. The first is that it sends its message directly to consumers, without the use of intervening commercial communication media. The second characteristic is the core principle of successful Advertising driving a specific ‘call to action.’ This aspect of direct marketing involves an emphasis on trackable, measurable, positive responses from consumers (known simply as ‘response’ in the industry) regardless of medium. If the advertisement asks the prospect to take a specific action, for instance call a free phone number or visit a Web site, then the effort is considered to be direct response advertising. Direct marketing is predominantly used by small to medium-size
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Is there a email interface to read yahoo answers? (Outlook or Windows mail)?

Question by Crazy Palms: Is there a email interface to read yahoo answers? (Outlook or Windows mail)?
Hi – Yahoo answers is a great resource. I would like to know if there is a email plugin for Outlook 2010 or Windows mail (or even gmail) to read the Yahoo answers – just like we can read a newsgroup in a email client like Windows mail.

Is this possible? That would be very useful. Today, I get an email when my questions are answered; what I am looking for is to read others questions and answers in a email client (just like I would read a usenet newsgroup via email client)

Thanks for any help here !!!

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Answer by Yahzmin (US)
Not directly that I know of. However, if you go to the HOME page of Yahoo Answers and scroll down about 1/2 way, on the RIGHT, there is an RSS feed link there. If you click on that, you can ‘subscribe’ to that RSS feed and that might do what you want.

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Is there a way to download new headers in all newsgroups at the same time using Windows Mail?

Question by oklasoonerpoet: Is there a way to download new headers in all newsgroups at the same time using Windows Mail?
I used to be able to do this in Outlook Express and I believe the function was synchronize. Any help is much appreciated. Do not suggest I use a different newsreader as I am not looking at UseNet newsgroups but private newsgroups.

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Answer by Beck92
Display all Header Lines in Outlook Express
To view all headers of an email in Outlook Express:

Highlight the message in the Outlook Express message list.
Click on the message with the right mouse button.
Select Properties from the context menu.
Switch to the Details tab.
To copy the headers, right-click anywhere in the text area that contains the header lines and choose Select All from the menu that comes up. Now right-click again and select Copy.

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The electronic zoo: A list of animal-related computer resources (electronic mailing lists, bulletin board systems, gophers, mail servers, usenet newsgroups, & FTP sites)

The electronic zoo: A list of animal-related computer resources (electronic mailing lists, bulletin board systems, gophers, mail servers, usenet newsgroups, & FTP sites)

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Free Usenet Clients: Rn, Xnews, Mozilla Thunderbird, Seamonkey, Tin, Claws Mail, Pan, Mobility Email, Grabit, X Python Newsreader

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Usenet Clients: Ibm Lotus Notes, Outlook Express, Novell Groupwise, Comparison of Usenet Newsreaders, Windows Mail, Gnus, Sabnzbd

Usenet Clients: Ibm Lotus Notes, Outlook Express, Novell Groupwise, Comparison of Usenet Newsreaders, Windows Mail, Gnus, Sabnzbd

Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher’s book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Ibm Lotus Notes, Outlook Express, Novell Groupwise, Comparison of Usenet Newsreaders, Windows Mail, Gnus, Sabnzbd, List of Usenet Newsreaders, Opera Mail, Pan, Forté Agent, Sylpheed, Usenet Explorer, Turnpike, Newsleecher, Microsoft Internet Mail and News, Bintube, Grabit, Unison, X Python Newsreader, Newsbin, the Nzb Project, Slrn, Groundhog Newsreader, Gemini, Wanderlust, Newsman Pro, Binbot. Excerpt: Lotus Notes is the client side of a clientserver, collaborative application developed and sold by IBM Software Group. IBM describes the software as an “integrated desktop client option for accessing business e-mail, calendars and applications on IBM Lotus Domino server.” Prior to release 4.5, the term Lotus Notes referred to both the client and server applications. Lotus Notes can be used for email, calendaring, PIM, instant messaging, Web browsing, and a variety of feature-rich custom applications. It can be used to access both local- and server-based applications and data. The current version of Lotus Notes is 8.5. (See http://www-01.ibm.com/software/lotus/products/notes/ for more details). In the early days of the product, the most common applications were threaded discussions and simple contact management databases. Today, Notes also provide blogs, wikis, RSS aggregators, CRM and Help Desk systems, and organizations can build a variety of custom applications for Notes using Domino Designer. Lotus Notes can be used as an IMAP and POP e-mail client with non-Domino mail servers. Recipient addresses can be retrieved from any LDAP server, including Active Directory. The client also does web browsing, although it can be configured to launch the default browser instead. Features include group calendaring and scheduling, SMTP/MIME-based e-mail, NN… More: http://booksllc.net/?id=60408

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AsiaBSDCon 2009: Internet Mail — Past, Present, and (a bit of) the Future

AsiaBSDCon 2009 Keynote Speech. Speaker: Eric Allman is the original author of sendmail, and a long time contributor to Berkeley UNIX. He also wrote the -me macros, tset, trek, syslog, and vacation. Besides UNIX and sendmail, Eric has worked on database management, window systems, neural-net-based speech recognition, system administration, and networking. Allman is Chief Science Officer and co-founder of Sendmail, Inc. Before joining Sendmail, Allman served as CTO for Sift, Inc., which is now part of 24/7 Media, Inc. He was lead developer and provided a large-scale research software infrastructure on the Mammoth project at UC Berkeley. Allman has contributed as a senior developer at the International Computer Science Institute to neural network systems design. Allman was also Chief Programmer on the INGRES Relational Database Management System. Formerly, Allman co-authored the “C Advisor” column for UNIX Review magazine and was a member of the Board of Directors of USENIX Association. He is currently a Program Chair for the Conference on Email and Anti-Spam and a member of the ACM Queue Editorial Review Board and the Board of Trustees of Cal Performances. Allman holds an Masters of Science degree in Computer Science from the University of California at Berkeley. Abstract: Email existed before the Internet was invented, and grew with the Internet over six orders of magnitude. Email has gone from serving a small community of highly technical colleagues to being ubiquitous
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