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Xtreeme MailXpert Professional Edition 3.0

Mail processing software for Windows: discussion lists server, bulk mailer.

Developer:
Xtreeme GmbH
License:
Shareware
OS:
Windows 98 / ME / 2000 / XP / 2003
Requirements:
Windows 98/ME, Windows NT4/2000/XP/2003
Price:
$125.00
Price is subject to change at any time by the company
Date added:
1/28/2005
Last Update:
8/3/2011
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Download free trial ( Free Trial |2.89 MB ) Xtreeme MailXpert Professional Edition 3.0 Publisher's description
Use this application to create discussion mailing lists, simple auto-responders or advanced incoming mail processing/filtering. Comes with easy integration with web forms, mail merge (personalization), parallel sending engine, built-in SMTP server, binary attachments and more...

Features:

- Very easy setup.
- Three built-in wizards let you create a discussion forum, an auto responder or a news board without hassle by answering a couple of questions.
- Very fast sending thanks to the parallel sending engine.
- WYSIWYG HTML message editor.
- Moderated discussion lists.
- Automatic bounce handling (remove bad addresses).
- Scheduled digests.
- Built-in SMTP server.
- Personalize messages to your users (including HTML emails), e.g. "Dear John" instead of "Dear Customer".
- Up to 64 custom fields per subscriber record.
- Advanced closed loop detection.
- Ability to run as NT service (process messages even if no one is logged in).
- Support for HTML and any number of attachments.
- Customizable HTML and plain-text digests available at a single mouse click.
- Due to the architecture based on message rules, you can easily fine-tune the generated mailing lists to suit your particular needs or create new types of email services from scratch.
- Integrated backup/restore of application's data files.

The application installs and runs on any Windows operating system. All you need is a POP3 account and a machine with access to the Internet. A mere dial-up access will suffice; the application will automatically connect and disconnect whenever necessary.