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There are many types of anonymous mail software. There are anonymous mailers that are designed to be secure against determined attacks, such as the Mixmaster network. There are also anonymous mail systems which are really for fun. These provide weak security guarantees but are often easier to use and more reliable. All these will be found here. Anonymous communication is a two-edged sword. It benefits society by allowing whistleblowers to speak up freely, and by assisting those whose free speech rights are being infringed. It can also be used to conceal the origin of unethical activities such as spam and computer break-ins. Sites which promote these types of activities are not listed here.
SUBMISSION POLICY - Submit sites offering "virtual greeting cards" or "E-Cards".

Submit sites which cover several different occasions and/or subjects. Please, list sites by topic or interest, in the appropriate subcategory.

Sites which offer static web greetings, where the sender can not have their own personalized message appear on the web page, should be submitted to the Greetings Pages subcategory.

Sites which do not offer their own greetings, but serve as a directory of greeting sites, should be submitted to the Site Directories subcategory.

DESCRIPTION - Sites that will send "virtual greeting cards" or "E-Cards". This normally includes an email that will direct the recipient to a customized web page on their site that will have a message from you, along with a picture, sometimes with animation or music. Information on printing paper greeting cards is listed under Computers/Desktop_Publishing/Greeting_Cards.
This site lists links to various resources available on the WWW for learning more about and obtaining programs pertinent to email encryption. If you want what you send to others, via electronic means, to be as secure as possible, then this is the category for you.
Please submit only sites which provide help or explanations of e-mail topics, not specific products or promotions. Also, please make sure your site is not already listed in the category before submitting.
This category exists to provide helpful information regarding the use of E-mail on the internet for both novice and experienced user alike.
Please only submit sites that are free E-mail directories and or guides for the internet surfer.
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Mailing lists are essentially emails that are distributed to more than one person. When you join a list, you become a "subscriber" to that list.

There are an estimated 200,000+ lists on the Internet. They cover as general subjects as "Small Business" to really specific things like "sushi-lovers." There is really something for everyone... and if you don''t find one that suits your needs, you can always start your own!

Mailing lists can either be one-way or two-way.

Two-way lists include discussion lists. Discussion lists can be moderated or unmoderated. When you send an email to a discussion list, you are "posting" to the list. Moderated means a human screens each post before it gets distributed to the list. Unmoderated means posts are typically sent out immediately to other subscribers of the list. Some discussion lists are distributed in a post-by-post format. Some are distributed in only a digest format (i.e. a collection of multiple posts). Other lists offer both digest and post-by-post options.

One-way lists include announcement lists, e-zines and newsletters. Generally, one or more person is responsible for editing the list.

Mailing lists are essentially emails that are distributed to more than one person. When you join a list, you become a "subscriber" to that list. There are an estimated 200,000+ lists on the Internet. They cover as general subjects as "Small Business" to really specific things like "sushi-lovers." There is really something for everyone... and if you don't find one that suits your needs, you can always start your own! Mailing lists can either be one-way or two-way. Two-way lists include discussion lists. Discussion lists can be moderated or unmoderated. When you send an email to a discussion list, you are "posting" to the list. Moderated means a human screens each post before it gets distributed to the list. Unmoderated means posts are typically sent out immediately to other subscribers of the list. Some discussion lists are distributed in a post-by-post format. Some are distributed in only a digest format (i.e. a collection of multiple posts). Other lists offer both digest and post-by-post options. One-way lists include announcement lists, e-zines and newsletters. Generally, one or more person is responsible for editing the list.
Only informational sites are listed in this category. Sites for businesses offering marketing services are listed in Business: ... Marketing_Services: Opt-In_Email. Sites offering to email marketing software and online tools are listed respectively in the Software and Online Tools categories. Suggesting inappropriate sites to this category will only delay their review and potential listing by editors.
Sites relating to marketing and advertising carried out using email.
Please mention the operating system your tool requires for software products.
E-Mail Response Tools are computer software products which automatically distribute information via email in response to an enquirers request. This category also contains services which can automatically generate email in response to various events.
Please do not submit "Spam Bait" sites which contain email addresses for email harvesters.
Sites which have to do with spam, anti-spam software and tactics, spam laws, and blacklists.
Please submit only those sites that offer web-based e-mail accounts, or sites that discuss such accounts. Such accounts must be available to the general public. Sites of web-based forwarding services are also welcome.
Many web-sites allow users to create e-mail accounts, in order to send and receive messages through a web browser. Others allow for the creation of a forwarding address.
Please submit only sites that offer e-mail services to webmasters, ISPs, corporations, intranets, etc. Do NOT submit sites that offer e-mail accounts to Internet users.
Sites listed in this category offer the opportunity to either webmasters,corporations,intranets or ISPs to provide e-mail services to their users and clients.
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