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L-Soft Thanks Loyal Customers with Free Software Licenses

Maker of LISTSERV® to Award 100 Licenses as Culmination of 10-Year Anniversary Celebration



Bethesda, MD (February 15, 2005) – L-Soft today announced that it will award free LISTSERV Maestro licenses to its 100 oldest and most loyal LISTSERV customers as a culmination of its 10-year anniversary celebration.

LISTSERV, first released in 1986, was the first email list management software ever created. Today, LISTSERV Maestro extends LISTSERV's capabilities with an intuitive interface and functions for managing and analyzing opt-in email campaigns.

The majority of L-Soft's early customers are universities and educational institutions. By connecting LISTSERV Maestro to an existing database or LISTSERV list, universities can easily create and send student admission mailings, alumni newsletters and other campus-wide announcements by email, while saving money on postal mailings. With LISTSERV Maestro's tracking and reporting tools, they can create a variety of reports to measure and analyze recipient reactions.

The free LISTSERV Maestro licenses will be offered to L-Soft's 100 oldest customers with current maintenance. The customers will be contacted individually.

For more information about LISTSERV Maestro, see:
http://www.lsoft.com/products/maestro.asp

About L-Soft

L-Soft, which was incorporated in 1994, offers email list and opt-in email marketing software and outsourcing services for managing email newsletters, discussion groups and marketing campaigns. Recognized in 2004 as one of Maryland's top 50 fastest growing technology companies by Deloitte & Touche, L-Soft's products deliver about 30 million messages a day to more than 110 million list subscriptions.

L-Soft Press Contact

Susan Brown Faghani
1-301-789-9292
http://www.lsoft.com/contact/econtact.asp?id=pressinfo




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