AutoMailer 2.3 for OS X Sends Bulk Personalized Emails in Text and HTML

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[] Milano, Italy - Tension Software is proud to announce the release of AutoMailer 2.3 for Mac OS X, an important update to their app that allows users to send personalized emails to multiple addresses, in text or web format, each merged with data from an internal database. It allows to prepare and send an unlimited quantity of emails with a single click, each with custom contents depending of each recipient.

Emails sent by AutoMailer are standard emails. People receiving the emails will not notice any difference compared to standard emails and they will be able to reply to them as usually. AutoMailer is document based and allows to use as many documents you need to manage all the different list and required emails. AutoMailer is a flexible tools to manage your mailing list directly from your Mac.

AutoMailer is able to import from external sources in a smart and simply way.The user can import addresses and any kind of data from any database able to export in text format, both CSV (comma separated value),TSV (Tab separated value), CSV-S (Char separated Value using semicolon). The application is able to automatically detect during imports, the data type and the file encode method to provide imports of data without any problems

Data imported into AutoMailer are managed in the internal, easy to use, document table. Data can be modified, updated and enlarged with new additional data at any time. Various commands provide manipulation of internal records in a fast and intuitive way. AutoMailer can handle large data array all in memory.

Available is an 'Except' list of address you can maintain to provide a list of addresses that will never be used to send, to be sure to never send anything to those addresses.

The template email used to merge data from the internal database table can be written both in text or in HTML to send emails in text or web format (also including pictures linked from a support server). AutoMailer provides for HTML emails, at any time, a live preview or the email the user is composing. Emails can be previewed also for any address the user want to send to, with all the data merged for any of those users, simply selecting it from a list.

All the emails can be prepared or sent with a single command, with the capability to send them via an email server, one by one, specifying an interval time between each sending. The application can prepare all the emails using the installed on any Mac and then manually send them or sending directly all them with a single command, (as a standard email client), via an email server you have access to.

AutoMailer can auto-prepare via and you have to manually press the send button inside, or, the app can auto-send accessing directly your Mail server, without the use of Apple

AutoMailer has a new improved mail server connect function, (PLAIN, STARTSL, PLAIN-STARTTSL), and can test your connection (without sending) to better set it. Settings, data and email templates are saved inside documents, ready to be reused at later time reopening the documents. The user can prepare email templates inserting content of the database table using a simple syntax, (a pop-up offers all the available field tags to access tabled data, without having to type them).

AutoMailer provides a lot of additional functionalities to help the user do his job in the best way, they are too much to list all. Furthermore, one of the goals of AutoMailer is to be easy of use. Anyone with a minimum of familiarity with the Mac will be able to use AutoMailer at best efficiency using all the potentiality of the app in a very intuitive way.

* Document based, allows to save data and setting and have them ready for successive uses
* Can create and send both text or web (HTML) emails
* Possibility to manage an infinite number of data and letter template thanks to the document based approach with maximum flexibility of use.
* Big emphases on simplicity and easy of use.
* Elimination of duplicated and invalid emails.
* Extreme easy to import, create and manipulate data to use for merge with letter template
* Imports form various encoding format from Unix, mac, Windows
* Import from Tab separated values, Comma separated values, semicolon separated values
* Table view with possibility to add, delete rows (records) and columns (fields) at any time and to edit in place inside the table
* Easy import with automatic detection of format and with selection of data source elements and destination (data fields) and browsing of source data in advance (before importing)
* Very simple creation of email templates with keywords insertion to put database data inside the emails for any email recipient
* Automatically updated popup to insert data tags inside the email template
* Emails with attachments
* Live preview for any email to send with updated data (you see the email as the recipient will see it) both for text and HTML emails
* Can send a single email, a subset or all the emails
* Can just prepare the email, to send them at later time manually from inside
* Can use and send directly via an external mail server
* Log monitoring of email preparation and sending
* Any area benefits of search features on the contained data
* PDF user guide inside the app.

What's new:
* Search field in the Database area
* Search field in the Except area
* Search field in the Merge area
* Changes and improvements in the user interface layout
* Improved info string at the bottom of the tables
* Improved export functionality
* Various bug fixes

Minimum Requirements:
* OS X Version 10.10 (Yosemite) or higher
* Optimized for OS X 10.11 (El Capitan)
* 64-bit processor
* 8.3 MB

Pricing and Availability:
AutoMailer 2.3 is $44.99 USD (or an equivalent amount in other currencies), and is available worldwide in the Mac App Store in the Productivity category, as well as the Tension Software website.

Tension Software develops software for Mac OS X and iOS using the latest Apple technology, Cocoa and Objective-C. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2015 Tension Software. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Macintosh and Mac OS X are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.


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