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Free Mailing List Hosting and Email Newsletter Hosting

If you want to publish your own email newsletter, but don't want to mess around with mailing list software, configure your mail servers or write CGI scripts, the easiest way is to let a third party mailing list host manage the nitty-gritty of newsletter management for you. The mailing list host typically handles mundane things like newsletter subscription requests as well as requests to unsubscribe. You can also post your messages / newsletters / ezines through that mailing list host.

There are a few types of mailing lists. Announcement lists are mailing lists where only the owner of the list can post to all the subscribers. They are usually used for newsletters or announcements. Discussion lists allow interaction between all the subscribers. You might want to start a discussion list, if, for example, you are part of a team of software developers and need to discuss development issues with the other members of the team. Some discussion lists are moderated, which means that posts to the list are vetted by someone (such as you or some moderator that you appoint) before they are disseminated to the other members.

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If you have your own website you can also install your own mailing list software. Free ones can be found on the Free PHP Mailing List Scripts and Free Perl Mailing List CGI Scripts pages.

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Groups.io New

This mailing list service features public or private archives for your messages; an unlimited number of subscribers; open, restricted or moderated groups; group calendar; files and photos section; wiki; chat; the ability to post items from an RSS feed into your list; etc. There is a storage limit of 1 GB which is applied to your attachments, files, and photos (though not your email messages).

Yahoo Groups

You can create mailing lists and post email messages to the group with this mailing list service. New group members have to request an invitation or be invited by an admin of the list. (Note that although I have a review of Yahoo! Groups on thesitewizard.com, it was written in 2003, prior to Yahoo! discontinuing many of the facilities previously available on Groups. As such, the above description on this page, brief as it may be, is what is currently available.)

Your MailingList Provider Free Mailing List Hosting

This mailing list provider allows you a maximum of 1,000 subscribers. It is designed for announcement lists and newsletters only (ie, not discussion groups). You can send plain or HTML newsletters, embed images, personalize messages, include attachments, etc.

Topica Free Mailing List Hosting

(Update: this service is no longer available, as at 29 July 2014.) This free mailing list service allows you to create discussion lists, provides an archive of your past messages, allows you to import up to 500 email addresses, and so on. You can find a more detailed review of their services including the results of our tests on a list hosted there in Free Mailing List Hosting Service Review: Topica.

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