I looking for a reliable and free way to schedule facebook updates. I have used laterbro, hootsuite and socialsafe. All have issues. I post about 12-20 times a day and they frequently stop sending the updates at some point. The best solution would be web based. I would also like to find a free web based email scheduler as well.
What have you, hive?
posted by citybuddha
on Apr 21, 2011 -
What is the best email provider for security and privacy? Requirements and more info inside. [more inside]
posted by Aya
on May 1, 2010 -
Communications madness... I have an email address that it's time to dump. It's from a dialup service that I used, and had kept around for emergency purposes. But I almost never use it anymore, and it's costing me something like $7 a month just to keep that email address.
So in making the switch, I'd like to switch to something more portable, not tied to whomever I'm paying for internet access at the moment. [more inside]
posted by gjc
on Nov 25, 2008 -
I'm looking for a site that will let me send email or SMS to online galleries with photos, videos or audio. [more inside]
posted by davereed
on Sep 16, 2008 -
I would like to use the new release of Thunderbird (2.0) with my Yahoo account and am looking for a free SMTP service. I know Gmail lets you use its servers but apparently changes the 'From' field of the message to firstname.lastname@example.org for all messages. Is there any other service that I can use, apart from my ISP's (I shuffle between work, school and home). [more inside]
posted by sk381
on Apr 19, 2007 -
What is a decent, free spam filter for Outlook Express? Suggestions that I use another mail client are not necessary.
posted by pieoverdone
on Feb 5, 2005 -
I remember seeing a free disposable email service
which showed a public stream of received mail to any of its addresses right on the front page, and another one which let you syndicate its inbound-mail stream? Does anyone remember these services? I can't find them.
posted by brownpau
on May 10, 2004 -
What's the best (free, easy to install, doesn't hog resources) emai list software for OS X?
I've been running Macjordomo, but it is buggy and hogs resources, slowing down my machine. I manage about 10 local lists, with not more than 20 members of each list.
I thank you, MeFi gestalt...
posted by mecran01
on Jan 23, 2004 -