Newsletter Software SuperMailer 10.10

SuperMailer sends serial mails and newsletter

License:
Free
Price:
0.0 USD
Update:
March 15, 2016
Our Rating:
User Rating:
4 / 5 21 vote
Platform:
Windows
File size:
22.16M Download Now
Category:
Internet > Email

From Mirko Boeer

With SuperMailer you can send personalized serial mails (like newsletters) as plaintext or HTML with additional attachment using up to 10 threads simultaneous. The recipients of the message can be imported from a text file, the Windows addressbook, from Microsoft Outlook, Excel or a SQL database. SuperMailer manages the recipients of the message, the email content and attachments in a project, so you can easily reuse the data. Emails as HTML can be easy created with the integrated WYSIWYG editor, so you can insert images, hyperlinks and tables on the fly in your email. While sending the emails you can see live the progress. After done you can save a protocoll as plaintext or HTML file. SuperMailer uses a SMTP server, Microsoft Outlook, a MAPI capable client, sends the messages directly to the recipient or uses a PHP script to send newsletter over your server/web space. Additional it integrates a function to check email addresses, hyperlinks, correct spelling and tracking for success control. With a subscription / unsubscription script (for free) you can manage your newsletter subscriptions and unsubscriptions very easily.

TAGs: software , newsletter , email , mass mail , send newsletter

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