Bulk Email

Features

Contacts

Contacts

Advanced

Advanced

SMTP

SMTP

HTML

HTML

Sending

Sending


Major Benefits
  • Simple usage — paste emails addresses then send
  • Weeds out invalid email addresses
  • Blocks emails containing certain text (e.g. sales@… or info@… or …@hotmail)
  • Include only addresses containing certain text (e.g. …com.au or …ac.uk or …@ibm.com)
  • Limit the number of emails that can be sent to a recipient per number of days (e.g. 1 per 30 days or 12 per 365 days)
  • Keeps a blacklist of opt-out recipients (sorts and de-duplicates the list)
  • Keeps a searchable database of all emails sent (individually and in aggregate)
  • Extract all the emails out of any pasted text
  • Export your previous emails Client database as CSV, XLS/XML or tab-delimited
  • Determine the reason why an email has bounced from any pasted in text
  • Over 130 predefined HTML-based email templates (most including pictures) or create your own
  • Over 20 predefined common ISP SMTP definitions with email sending quotas
  • Send as secure email (SSLv1, SSLv2 or TLSv1)
  • Include a separate Reply-To email address
  • Includes links to guides to reduce the likelihood of your email being flagged as Spam
  • Gives Spam-related warnings before sending based on content
  • Export your Email content database (SMTP settings, HTML, etc) as CSV, XLS/XML or tab-delimited
  • Automatic generation of the email's plain-text body based upon the HTML body
  • Auto-paste in any one of 175 HTML code snippets
  • Automatic live-Preview of the HTML as it is being written
  • Automatic insertion of personal variables such as Salutation, FirstName, LastName and EmailAddress anywhere in the email Body or Subject
  • Choose if you want to send the email via the TO, CC or BCC fields.
  • Quickly search for text within the HTML
  • Add multiple file attachments
  • Send emails as: Individual Email, Grouped in bundles (e.g. 50) or place all email addresses in one big email
  • Limit the total number of emails and recipients per hour (e.g. no more than 50 emails or 50 recipients per hour — it will delay the hour then keep sending) based on ISP quotas
  • Set a delay (e.g. 5 seconds) between the sending of each email — some mail servers require this so stop spam
  • Create and insert up to ten text variables — these will be inserted into your emails when sent. This allows you to have non-experts change the variable (e.g. meeting date) without having to edit the more complex HTML
  • Test the email to a single email address for accuracy before sending out in bulk.