Airplane - HTML mail sender
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This app allows you to send HTML e-mails only.
It sends HTML data created using an external editor directly via e-mail.
The app does not automatically reformat any HTML text, so it will never destroy your original HTML layout.
If the recipient's e-mail software is unable to receive HTML e-mail, you can make it display the content in plain text instead.
You can categorize recipient e-mail addresses into groups to send an e-mail to multiple addresses at the same time.
It can read in image file attachments as related link files; it then replaces the Content-ID with the image address in the HTML data, in order to display image attachments within the HTML content.
This app has been designed for sending HTML e-mails only. It does not have functionality for receiving e-mails.
The app's HTML editing functionality only allows you to overwrite the source text directly. To create new HTML data, please use a different HTML editor app.
What's New in Version 1.5
- Added the Remove All Attachments menu.
- Fixed the save and load of mail document.
There were no reviews on this applicaiton so I was a little worried to put down any money, but it works. I did have to go into my gMail settings to allow less secure aps to log into my gmail in order to use it to send mail, but after I did that it sent the mail corretly. It does a nice job, and looks promising for the tasks I have planned for it.
You may be wondering why you would need this app. Doesn’t Safari allow you to send HTML emails? Not really. It modifies the HTML for a single view before sending it to mail. So if you have an email that is designed to look different on desktop and mobile devices, you seem to loose that using safari. If I run into any problems, I will update my review.
Only downside I have found so far is that the account window is too small horizontally, and it tends to cut off the information you are entering if your email is long, etc. But this is not a big deal. It still takes the information, you just cannot see it all.