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I wanna create a new database

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I wanna create a new database with Access.
I am a quick learner and design my own pages.
i.e. www.HouseYoBody.com and www.djc-los.com

I want to use Access to receive email and for users
to subscribe and unsubsrcibe as well as me typing
one email and blasting my whole list.

I don't mind researching and I don't mind reading but what
is the best way from going from A to C?

Just want a simple database with simple functions.
So many different routes and different applications can
get confusing on where to start so I'm just looking for
an easy route and if I enjoy it then I'll dive into it more later.
Thanks for any advice.

Nov 13 '05 #1
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Unless you enjoy the challenge, why not simply use Outlook or the Address
Book to manage your contacts? There are MANY commercial/shareware contacts
managers available; why reinvent the wheel ?
-Ed

"c-los" <c_****@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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I wanna create a new database with Access.
I am a quick learner and design my own pages.
i.e. www.HouseYoBody.com and www.djc-los.com

I want to use Access to receive email and for users
to subscribe and unsubsrcibe as well as me typing
one email and blasting my whole list.

I don't mind researching and I don't mind reading but what
is the best way from going from A to C?

Just want a simple database with simple functions.
So many different routes and different applications can
get confusing on where to start so I'm just looking for
an easy route and if I enjoy it then I'll dive into it more later.
Thanks for any advice.

Nov 13 '05 #2

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because I have to contantly be updating the address book manually.
I was looking for something a little more self caring.
I don't think Outlook can do that, can it?

Nov 13 '05 #3

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Well, Outlook, Outlook Express, and the few other email readers that I'm
familiar with, will capture the sender's return address and add it to its
contact list (if it doesn't already exist). Are you really looking for a
listserve - a web app that users subscribe/unsubscribe themselves to? If
so, Google on that ("listserve") and you'll find some free ones.
-Ed

"c-los" <c_****@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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because I have to contantly be updating the address book manually.
I was looking for something a little more self caring.
I don't think Outlook can do that, can it?

Nov 13 '05 #4

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thanks i'll check into that!

Nov 13 '05 #5

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