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Anyone happen to have created an mailchimp signup modules? Just looking into it now. Looking to create a simple module that signs people up to a list on mailchimp when a new suer is created.

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yeah the DrewM has been rock solid - use it in all kinds of places (hooks on form builder, ajax subscribe forms etc.)

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