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Monsoon Mass Mailer

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About Monsoon Mass Mailer
Both large and small organizations need an easy and cost-effective way to stay in touch with their contacts. Our software allows you to send bulk mailings using your own e-mail client: send an e-mail to your own POP address and use Monsoon Mass Mailer to retrieve it and broadcast it to your contacts. This means that you can use HTML and attach files. Bypass your ISP’s outgoing mail server with a feature that automatically sends it directly to your contact’s mail server. With the import button, you can import your e-mail addresses directly from text files. Mailers such as the Monsoon Mass Mailer are very important in ensuring that your mailing list will remain private and that there will be no embarrassing BCCs on your e-mails. You can also personalize your e-mails with up to 9 variables that can be imported from the platform independent CSV file format. The demo version sends up to 10 e-mails at a time.

Whats New in this Version

- You can now include up to 9 variables in your e-mail. Improved reliability with poorly functioning DNS servers.

Operating System Support: Mac OS X 10.1 or later


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Monsoon Mass Mailer rating 0 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. With 1 user reviews.

33333 Monsoon Mass Mailer

Paid for itself after the first use. I needed to send out email to several thousand members of a trade organization on a regular basis. Unfortunately, my ISP flagged all of my mailing as spam and blocked it from getting to the membership and the organization didn't want to set up a mail server. Instead the organization had been using USPS to send it's mailings. After reading about Monsoon on the Apple website, I decided to try it. Monsoon simply worked.

Easy set up, easy to use, but documentation on how some features are implemented a little sparse.

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