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hello we have over 35000 on I want someone to go to the site and export email and first name then : 1- add them to our mail server for 2-add them to which is my new wordpress site . so this way we connect the 2 sites and we will have a large following .
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I have a long mailing list of addresses (see attached). I wish to create a letter (template) which I'm going to send to each one of them --- the same letter. All I need to do is put a different address on each copy of the letter. I'm trying to determine the most cost-efficient method to merge all the name from the attached mailing list into my letter-template (or must they be individually typed, one by one? THEN, Part two, I need to address matching envelopes for each of them: I suppose I should just create labels with each of the names, and put the labels on the envelopes -- unless you have a faster, most cost-efficient idea.