Maybe you've tried asking for help with html email though - half the replies are flaming you for even considering sending it, and most of the rest recommend sending it in one huge image. Just not helpful.
That's why we are launching the Campaign Monitor email design forums as a place for designers to discuss the unique problems and opportunities designing html and text for email. If you're wondering how Lotus Notes goes with forms, or how high your email header should be, this is the place for you.
You don't even have to be using Campaign Monitor, just have some passion for making email a better experience for everyone. We'd love to hear how you use html email, what works for you and what doesn't. Share your knowledge with other designers, and get help with your own problems.
We won't be tolerating pointless flame wars there, it's all been done before and there are better places to vent your spleen. Just good solid information, and a chance to have a chat with other people working in the same area as you. We would love to here from you all - we've kicked off with a welcome post, so take a minute to register and jump in and introduce yourself.
We'll be giving away one of our very-nearly-ready t-shirts to someone introducing themself in that thread too. Look out for more t-shirt news shortly.