i wanna send bulk mail from localhost.....i dnt wanna use any bulk mail softwares...plz help me...
out in dis regard......mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
You can do that with EmailSender, but ISP's usually don't allow that, and your messages will probably end up on the spam folder of the receivers.
This one works, but you need your own website (you need to own the domain), and you have to know php and ftp and your site host has to allow mailing.
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