I got my problem solved for now by importing my address book
into my att.yahoo account, using my ISP's email.
they are a bit more liberal there, than Yahoo.plus
for number of emails per day
and number of BCCs at a time....
thanks all for the suggestions.
From: Shal Farley <shalf@verizon. net>
Subject: Re: [Y-Mail] recipients limits
To: Y-Mail@yahoogroups. com
Date: Saturday, November 29, 2008, 1:33 PM
That's something you can do easily with a Yahoo Group.
It isn't very hard to set up and run a newsletter type of group. Just
create the group and configure it so that only the moderators (you) can post
messages. Then use the Add feature (on the Invite page) to copy/paste your email
list into the group. I did that to jump-start communications with about 300 of
my high-school classmates prior to our 30th reunion.
The Help link (upper right on the Groups page) will point you to all the
information you need. See especially the "Yahoo Groups tips and
tricks" link on the help page to contact other group moderators to ask
questions and get
Moderator, Yahoo! Group of Groups
<http://tech. groups.yahoo. com/group/ yahoo_group_ of_groups/>
At 07:20 PM 11/28/2008, you wrote:
>I would like to use BCC to send a weekly newsletter to approx
>250 local residents. Tried to do it in Yahoo and ran into size
>limits on recipients. Any suggestions on where I can do this?
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