You can subscribe people to your site on Edublogs one by one, or using a csv file. Your csv file should have a column of e-mail addresses, one per cell. To create a csv file, use Excel and save as Comma Separated Values (csv). If you would like to subscribe a person without sending them a confirmation e-mail, turn on Auto opt-in.
Add subscribers to your blog. Auto opt-in is off in this example
To see who is subscribed to your blog, go to the subscribers tab.
To set up how notifications are managed, go to Settings.
Subscriptions | Settings | Mail Template
Select if you want the notification e-mail to include the full post content. If the box is not checked, an excerpt will be mailed instead.
You may also customize the text of the subscription confirmation email on this page if you’d like. Remember to Save changes before exiting the page.
Subscriptions | Settings | General Settings
You have several options that you can set on this page. I will emphasize three of them
Set a no reply address to prevent your address from being marked as a spammer.
Decide when notifications should be sent by the blog
If you select weekly digest, you may select the day of the week but not the time. Also, you have to make sure to visit your site the day before your selected day. This option seems unreliable to me.
Decide if you’d like to be notified when people subscribe/unsubscribe
Finally, deleting a subscriber is easy. If you have a class blog, you may want to unsubscribe parents of former students before subscribing the parents of your current students. To do so, go to the Subscribers tab, select the people you’d like to unsubscribe, and perform the bulk action called Cancel subscriptions.