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I like to use the new taxonomy to make a little CRM, really simple

contact
- name
- tel
- email
- company

Fine, the secretary will enter all the name in the database of the cms (WordPress), and i will have all those in, able to display it like a list or whatever i like

1) first question, do i reinvent the wheel, is it already done...

Now, with all those nice contact... i have a page, or a list of really good product.. and all those contact can benefit to see it in there mail, much like a newsletter, but simpler...

2) question, how can i get all those email, and have wp to send the wp page/link to those email... plugin, code ?

thanks in advance for the light on that

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You are asking way too much at once here and unlikely to get good complete answers. There are at least three questions here - how to organize data in that structure, how to display it, how to make mailing list out of it... Please consider splitting this in separate more manageable questions. –  Rarst May 11 '11 at 22:44
    
The most important part... get taxonomy email in and array to use it... –  menardmam May 11 '11 at 22:47
    
name, tel, email, and company are meta data, those should be custom fields associated with a "contact" custom post type. a taxonomy would be "business contacts", "personal contacts", "family" or some other means of categorizing or describing things. –  Milo May 11 '11 at 23:11

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I used http://rolopress.com/ a while back and have nice features for contact administration

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Start with the Twenty Ten CRM Child Theme. It's more than a good starting point plus you could everything you mentioned if you code yourself the appropriate widgets/plugins.

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