See the version list below for details.
dotnet add package Rsft.Lib.EmailListManagement.Aweber --version 1.0.20141201.1
NuGet\Install-Package Rsft.Lib.EmailListManagement.Aweber -Version 1.0.20141201.1
<PackageReference Include="Rsft.Lib.EmailListManagement.Aweber" Version="1.0.20141201.1" />
paket add Rsft.Lib.EmailListManagement.Aweber --version 1.0.20141201.1
#r "nuget: Rsft.Lib.EmailListManagement.Aweber, 1.0.20141201.1"
// Install Rsft.Lib.EmailListManagement.Aweber as a Cake Addin #addin nuget:?package=Rsft.Lib.EmailListManagement.Aweber&version=1.0.20141201.1 // Install Rsft.Lib.EmailListManagement.Aweber as a Cake Tool #tool nuget:?package=Rsft.Lib.EmailListManagement.Aweber&version=1.0.20141201.1
Use this component where automated Aweber list management is needed from, for example, back end services such as user registration in web applications.
Whilst this (i.e. Aweber web capture forms) is great if your requirement is directly capturing email addresses via web sites, it's not so useful if you need to subscribe and unsubscribe users directly from a back end service such as a CRM or lead management system.
Aweber do not accept (there are AUP exclusions in its T's and C's) on any form of "automated" subscription method that goes via its web form entry systems so it's not possible to automatically sign up users by using HTTP POST integration.
Fortunately, there is a work around using SMTP. This software is completely SMTP based and does not break any existing Aweber terms and conditions of use.
Example usage and Aweber configuration can be found on the project web site.
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Null reference safety added to SMTP client initialization code.