How do you set up an autoresponder?
I would like to set up an autoresponder fro my emails and on my web pages, but i am in the dark as to how it is done
While there is software you can run on your server to manage autoresponder emails, the deliver-ability will suffer.
Using an autoresponder service to manage your mail list and mailings is standard procedure, the defacto standard Aweber costs $19/mo for a list of up to 500 addresses. Otheres start at $9.95 for 250 addresses, MailChimp's Forever Free Plan allows you to run a list of 500 addresses for free (they assume you will grow into a paying customer)
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