Mail master

Create labels and letters with this convenient program.

Keeping a list of customer contact information is only part of what it takes to stay in touch; you also need tools to make it easy to produce and mail correspondence. TSC Free Address Book is much more than just a database of addresses. This program also lets users create form letters and labels, saving time when you're ready to contact your clients or any other group of people you need to correspond with en masse.

TSC Free Address Book's interface isn't particularly attractive, but it is easy enough to navigate. Users can create personal profiles for each contact that include all the usual information: addresses, phone numbers, and so on. Users can also assign contacts to separate mailing lists, and their status on each list can be marked as active or inactive. When you're ready to send a mass mailing, simply select the mailing list you want to use and print labels and/or the letter you want to send. TSC Free Address Book comes with several sample letters, including a contract transmittal cover letter, a customer apology letter, and an employee birthday letter. Users can easily create their own letters with the program's built-in text editor and save them for future use. A built-in Help file provides thorough instructions for each of the program's features. Overall, we were pretty impressed with TSC Free Address Book; it's easy to use and does a lot of things that other contact managers don't. We think it's a great choice for businesses looking for an easy way to create correspondence for customers, employees, or others.

TSC Free Address Book installs a desktop icon without asking but uninstalls cleanly.

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