Sending Email from Apps

Derek Bump list at
Mon Aug 27 15:41:31 EDT 2007


As a word of advise, test the waters first before you pass on an idea.
I almost passed on releasing JPEGCompress years ago, figuring that no
one would use it.  Today, JPEGCompress has 45,738 downloads listed on
CNET's  Not releasing JPEGCompress would have been my
biggest mistake.

People like "easy" solutions.  The only reason I went with my email
solution is because I know PHP.  Not everyone knows how to program for
the web.  So make the product... see what happens.

Derek Bump
Dreamscape Software

Brian Yennie wrote:
> Derek,
> Thanks - what I'm curious to know is how many people are in your boat
> (already have web hosting, are comfortable doing it themselves), and how
> many would like an isolated email service.
> I probably won't try it unless there is a significant response, but I'm
> curious either way =).
>> Brian,
>> Well, for me, I look at it this way: I'm already paying for web hosting.
>>  But otherwise I think it's a good idea and you should try it.  If it
>> works then you've got something, if it doesn't, work on it and try again.
>> Derek Bump
>> Dreamscape Software
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> Brian Yennie
> QLD Learning
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