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  • Perrin Harkins
    ... Any one of the Crypt:: modules from CPAN would probably be a fine replacement for this. It s simple to do basic encryption/decryption of data in perl. ...
    Message 1 of 2 , Oct 25, 2004
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      On Fri, 2004-10-22 at 19:04, The Doctor wrote:
      > The purpose of this
      > software is to protect the information while it travels as an e-mail from
      > your server to the client's computer. There seems to be plenty of
      > e-mail-to-email encryption software around, but this was to only
      > *form*-to-Email package I could find. Anything you find that will achieve
      > this goal is acceptable.

      Any one of the Crypt:: modules from CPAN would probably be a fine
      replacement for this. It's simple to do basic encryption/decryption of
      data in perl.

      > - double opt-in
      > - double-opt out
      > - browser-based administration (sending, viewing lists , etc.)
      > - built-in HTML editor for creating newsletters
      > - ability to import and export mailing lists
      > - supports text and HTML formats, lets user choose
      > - free tech support
      > - full user tracking and reporting (who opens them, who unsubscribes, etc.)
      > - bounce filters (removes from list after X bounces)
      > - ability to schedule deliveries
      > - can collect information (name etc) when the user subscribes, and use it
      > to personalize emails
      > - database is fully secure

      You're not likely to find something already written that does all of
      this in an acceptable way. Most companies have very specific
      requirements for this sort of application. I'd suggest you find a
      package that is close to what you need and in a language you can hack
      and customize it.

      - Perrin


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