• From: Colin Howard <colin@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 29 Apr 2015 20:12:39 +0100


emissives is very easy to use, highly configurable, has lots of facilities
but some of these are not clearly explained without delving deeply into help
files and f.a.q's. also, emissives do not allow you to set up a group
yourself, you need fill in a form and they set it up with basic facilities,
you have two passwords, one as a user for each Emissives group and an admin
password for any of which you are administrating. but, I've always found
emissives most helpful and easy to contact.

I run the Music-anoracks group on emissives, I am group owner.

Groups.io have far less complex facilities but in my view are much easier to
use. Go on the web page and create your free account, one password which
serves for any group. Setting up the group is very easy, not so many
facilities as Emissives but the interface is certainly much easier. I am
joint owner of OnlyAudioDramatizations which has been on the group for about
a month maybe a little more! not so far aware of any problems.

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