Bulk Mac Mail 4.23

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Send personalized mass email messages using templates with multiple custom fields from the recipient database inside your messages. It lets you import your customer lists from files of any type and delivers most of your messages to the destination.

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Software information
Platform:
Mac OS
Publisher:
Emailarms
Price:
$97
File size:
12.35 Mb
Date added:
February 23, 2013
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Description from the Publisher
Bulk Mac Mail lets you send personalized mass email messages using templates with multiple custom fields from the recipient database inside your messages. It automatically converts such templates to series of personalized messages by replacing macros with the real data taken from the database. It lets you import your customer lists from files of any type and delivers most of your messages to the destination even through recipient content filters
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