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Web Site Updates via email

  Posted on Monday August 19, @01:28AM Pacific
Web Apps Have you ever wished updating your web site were as easy as, say, sending an e-mail? With FlexWindow it is. Simply define content areas on your site. Then send an e-mail with the content you want to appear in that "flexwindow". Users can email plain text, HTML, or images to the FlexWindow server. It appears in their "flexwindow" a few seconds later. User administration is through a very easy to use web interface. Bottom line, FlexWindow provides a basic, simple to use content management system for a reasonable price. You can try their basic account for free. It provides 2 content windows.

 
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    Re: Web Site Updates via email

    by surfmoc on Sunday September 15, @05:53PM
    neato yo!
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    Re: Web Site Updates via email

    by Ablair9999 on Tuesday June 10, @01:14PM
    So simple (well it looks it from the user end) and yet so effective! I have already signed up and put it to use on my webpage HERE. Just a hint, if you use netscape to compose the e-mail, you can very easily include tables, pictures etc. Fantastic for 'news' pages and travel-logs. All I need to do now is go on holiday to really test it!
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    Re: Web Site Updates via email

    by J.B. on Wednesday June 11, @01:37PM
    I have been looking for exactly this tool for a few years and have not had the expertise to write it myself. I manage a church website that includes content from several different areas of responsibility. I have always wished those who head up various ministries and functions (who are not necessarily technical) could add content themselves rather than submit it to me to add. This is the way I envisioned it, and I am thankful someone has finially done it. It will save me a huge amount of work.
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