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Personal Office Mailer for Windows

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Key Details of Personal Office Mailer

  • Send personalized newsletters through Microsoft Outlook.
  • Last updated on 11/27/2019
  • There have been 7 updates
  • Virus scan status:

    Clean (it's extremely likely that this software program is clean)

Developer's Description

Send personalized newsletters through Microsoft Outlook.
Personal Office Mailer creates professional serial e-mail to customers, prospects, club members and many more.In a familiar working environment, which is similar to Microsoft Word, you create your newsletters without much training.In addition to text formatting, images, tables, colors, and hyperlinks, your e-mails can also contain text boxes. These text fields fill the program separately with your data for each recipient. The personal address of the customer is child's play even with hundreds of recipients.Personal Office Mailer sends the messages through Microsoft Outlook. If you want to use your STMP Server try Personal Mailer.

Features and benefits:Professional HTML serial e-mails.Your e-mails can be styled with font, colors, text formatting, images, links and tables.Easy to use.During the development of Personal Office Mailer, care was taken to ensure that the program remained intuitively usable even for non-PC professionals.You do not need to be a PC professional to use the program without much training. She gets to the desired destination in just a few clicks.Should any questions remain unanswered, the free e-mail support will gladly help you.Send newsletter with file attachment.Of course, you can also send as many attachments as you want with your messages.Personalized serial mail with placeholders, text fields.In order to be able to address your recipient personally, your e-mail may be contained in the body or in the subject line. During shipping, these are separated for each recipient, filled with the data from your database or Outlook contacts.

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