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So we've recently brought out another company, and their website was part of the package. They had a monthly newsletter thing setup, and I would like to be able to send those email blasts once again. They used Form-To-Email Pro (http://formtoemail.com/) which is still active on the website. Basically, when a customer put in a their email and hit "submit", we would instantly get an email send to an email address of our domain of our choice. That email would look like this:
Form name: Email signup
The title would always be "Email signup on ourcompanyname.com". The previous IT guy (who is no longer with us) had all of this setup.
I was surprised they didn't use ConstantContact or something, but I'm guessing they must have had a program that automatically read all of the emails sent to say "firstname.lastname@example.org"... and put in into some database or something.
Just a thought: It was all done on OS X Mac....
I will not post our website URL for security reasons, but will need to see the site and code, please contact me through a PM.
So basically: What program or programs did they use to organize these emails to automatically enter a database? Or if they didn't use a program, what did they use?