Thunder Mailer Mass Emailer Overview
Thunder Mailer Features
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Main window. Very user friendly. Big toolbar for easier access to the main features. Message Editor window opens by default.
You can view and edit the HTML source code of your email to fully customize every single detail of your email content.
Use ready-made email templates. Further customize in HTML if you want.
Advanced CVS import options.
Random words allows you to personalize your emails. Create groups and insert the random words.
Use gmail, yahoo mail or other SMTP servers to send your emails quickly! You can also use Sendgrid.net to send mass emails rapidly.
Some system settings. You can set how the delivery time out, retry interval and etc.
Set your SMTP servers here. You can set which ones are active or inactive.
These pre-defined SMTP servers allows you to quickly setup the email servers that you want to use.
Use "Direct Send" without the need for any SMTP servers, if you have an established domain and dedicated IP addresses.
Set your email's sender here.
You can send a test message to yourself or any other email address to see how the email will look like.
This is the email sending window. You can monitor the progress here.
Email sending are logged. This allows you to view what emails addresses you have sent to.
System actions are logged here. Very convenient to troubleshoot issues.
This log allows you to view all the sending errors.
This feature removes bad emails that are bounced, rejected, or unsubscribed.
You can import mailing lists into the software's repository, which allows you to manage them more easily.
Allows you to find a recipient or recipients quickly.
This is the main window to manage your recipients. You can filter them, edit and delete them. Add new ones and etc.
Get better click through rates by personalizing your emails. Hello Alan, instead of Hello customer.