|File Size||:||0.80 MB|
|Category||:||Communications – E-Mail List Management|
|Platforms||:||WinXP,Win7 x32,Win7 x64,Windows 8,WinServer,WinOther,WinVista,WinVista x64|
|Published By||:||Flash Jet|
|Requirements||:||.net framework 4|
A lightweight piece of software that can help you send a number of emails to a large group of people in the form of newsletters or subscriptions
MassMailer is a simple and straightforward tool designed to provide a method for sending one or more emails to multiple recipients from a large mailing list. It offers you the means to create lists or import premade ones, edit HTML content and configure SMTP.
Right off the bat, MassMailer won’t confuse you with any complicated menus and such. The moment you run it, you are greeted with an empty main window and a couple of menus from where you can create a new campaign, import a mailing list, and publish the messages.
Running a campaign brings out the HTML editor which is basically your all-in-one work environment. In a side menu you have quick access to options for code editing, content management and formatting, while the rest of it is for previewing the message itself.
The only thing that might set you back a couple of minutes is managing SMTP or Simple Mail Transfer Protocol and that if you’re not sure about the information you have to enter.
A generous text editor
It goes without saying that MassMailer comes with an integrated text editor that allows you to work on the emails before you send them. It’s not special in any way but it does offer you everything you need to get the job done fast and easy.
It comes with standard functions that you can use to align text, add indent, insert ordered lists, lines, tables, add images and hyperlinks and much more. On the other hand, if you’re not a fan of creating emails yourself, the application allows you to insert HTML templates and wok on top of those.
Easy to manage and setup
All-in-all, MassMailer is a good app with decent features and a simple workflow but it does need a bit more work on the aesthetics and some functions because they tend to slow you down in some aspects.