Organizations often need to communicate with large numbers of users by email. Mailing list software, such as GNU Mailman, is most helpful when readers are expected to manage their own subscription and receive messages on a frequent basis.
Recently, however, a nonprofit organization asked us for an efficient way to send a one-time mailing to several thousand members. They didn't need a solution for managing the list; they already have a member database. All they needed was the last step. This was the Inspiration for mailall.cgi, a simple bulk email solution.
Features of mailall.cgi
* Password-protected: the outside world can't send spam through your copy. * Well-formatted From: and To: headers, including the full name of the recipient (when provided by the sender), are friendly to mail filters. * Recipients list can be entered on a web page OR uploaded from a text file -- no more copying and pasting! * Message body can also be uploaded from a text file OR entered on a web page. * Attractive, informative progress display. * Linux-based CGI program -- the most reliable option. * Perl source code included with purchase.