[juneau-lug] Re: Another dumb email question

  • From: Jas <katmandu@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: juneau-lug@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 30 Aug 2004 08:03:58 -0800

Jamie wrote:

>The situation: I work with a non-profit that has officers all over the 
>place.  I'm building a centralized membership database.  The newsletter 
>editor in NY wants a zip sorted list of mailing labels.  The president 
>in Virginia wants to add a new person.  The advocacy chair in Georgia 
>needs a phone number.  The treasurer in Maryland needs to record dues 
>payment and send them an acknowledgment email.  My current design has 
>the same app going to everyone and duties may overlap.  Therefore anyone 
>might need to send an email to acknowledge dues payment or a 
>contribution.  And I want to automate that.  Got a better idea?

It sounds like what you really need is a groupware product rather than 
an e-mail client.  There are several out there, some of which are free 
even.  Check out what TUCOWS (www.tucows.com) has for listings, as a 
start point.

>I currently running postfix to receive my own mail.  Guess I'm not sure 
>what it takes to set up smtp for outgoing mail.  Maybe I'm already 
>running it?

Check out this link:


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