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FuseTalk E-mail List Synch Module Joins Forums and E-Mail Lists into One Seamless Resource

FuseTalk E-mail List Synch Module Joins Forums and E-Mail Lists into One Seamless Resource

(May 28, 2002) - e-Zone Media Inc. has introduced FuseTalk E-mail List Synch Module, a new tool to synchronize FuseTalk discussion forums with e-mailing lists to create a powerful integrated way of communication.

The new Module automatically posts e-mails sent to e-mail subscribers on the forums so that forum users can receive the same information. Administrators can choose to have selected posts or threads automatically turned into an e-mail that can be sent to the e-mail subscriber community.

The FuseTalk E-mail List Synch Module allows mailing list users and FuseTalk discussion forum users to communicate with the organization and with each other seamlessly and easily, reduces the time it takes to administer, monitor and manage online community groups, and places e-mail content into relational databases for better information mining and management. It turns e-mail content into an immediately searchable information resource, and provides global access to all content, including e-mails, through a browser.

The FuseTalk E-mail List Synch Module is available in Pro and Enterprise versions. Visit www.e-zonemedia.com/fusetalk/mailinglistmodule/index.cfm for more information.

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