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Your own database can contain your publications. Finally, the Internet, like many online services, is scattered with 1000's of interesting mailing list computer files that is accessible free of charge to Internet users. These files are usually located in areas called special interest groups (SIGs). There are over 5,000 SIGs on the Internet. Information mailing list Marketers can upload free reports, announcements, press releases, etc., to these SIGs for others to download. This process is known as file transfer protocol (FTP).
Using this process, Internet users can send and receive computer files all around the world. These computer files may contain more mailing list complex information than contained in standard e-mails. These computer files can contain text, graphics, sound, or they may be actual programs. They have all been created, saved, and stored mailing list by a computer connected to the Internet. You can send and receive advertisements, small reports, or entire publications using the File Transfer Protocol.