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Atomic Subscription Manager 8.05 (Buy Now and save $0.50)

Manage mailing lists automatically and handle user requests to subscribe.

Developer:
AtomPark Software Inc.
License:
Shareware
OS:
Windows 98 / ME / 2000 / XP / 2003
Requirements:
P133, RAM 32, HDD 2Mb, Internet connection
Price:
$59.35 ($0.5 off. Normally $59.85. Save $0.50)
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Date added:
9/19/2004
Last Update:
1/29/2013
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Atomic Subscription Manager 8.05 Publisher's description
Atomic Subscription Manager is a mailing list management utility. Once installed, this program automatically handles all user requests to subscribe/unsubscribe to/from the mailing list. The number of mailing lists that can be maintained is not limited. Atomic Subscription Manager is the subscription central station working real-time, 24 hours a day. Simply install the program, create a mailing list, define rules for maintaining the list and minimize the program to tray. After that the program will work automatically.

Each list can have its own unique rules how to subscribe and unsubscribe the users. Following Internet ethics, the subscription may be activated both by the first request (i.e. as soon as a user sends you a SUBSCRIBE message) or by the secondary confirmation (when a user confirms his/her subscription by e-mail. This method is recommended and preferred by many).

The mailing list management commands can be processed from the following sources:

1. Incoming mail (POP or IMAP). The program can parse incoming mail and find there the commands to subscribe or unsubscribe the users. Optionally, it can send notifications about subscription success or failure. The program has a built-in mailer

2. HTTP or FTP. The program may periodically poll the files on remote servers to acquire e-mail addresses to add or remove them from a mailing list. To use this option, add a newsletter subscription form to your web site and allow the visitors subscribe without additional confirmations.

3. Local files. The program may periodically poll the files on your computer and load a list of e-mail addresses to add or remove from a mailing list. This option should be used if your home computer is used as a dedicated server or you download lists of e-mail addresses from the Internet manually

4. Manually. You can add or remove users from the list manually (for example, a user may ask you to join by the phone or other way).