AutoMailer allows to prepare and send personalised emails to multiple unlimited addresses, in text or web format, each merged with data from an internal database. All in a single click, each with custom contents depending of each recipient.
Emails sent by AutoMailer are standard emails.
People receiving the emails will not notice any difference compared to standard emails and they will be able to reply to them as usually.
AutoMailer is document based and allows to use as many documents you need to manage all the different list and required emails.
AutoMailer is a flexible tools to manage your mailing list directly from your Mac.
AutoMailer is able to import from external sources in a smart and simply way.
The user can import addresses and any kind of data from any database able to export in text format, both CSV (comma separated value),TSV (Tab separated value), CSV-S (Char separated Value using semicolon)
The application is able to automatically detect during imports, the data type and the file encode method to provide imports of data without any problems
Data imported into any AutoMailer document are managed in an easy to use, table.
Data can be modified, updated and enlarged with new additional data at any time.
Various commands provide manipulation of internal records in a fast and intuitive way.
You can also maintain for each document an 'Except' list of address, that will never be used to send, to be sure to never send to those 'black listed people' also if they are addend in the recipient list.
The template email used to merge the email with data, can be written both in text or in html to send emails in text or web format (also including pictures linked from a support server hosting them, to create truly professional results)
AutoMailer provides for html emails, at any time, a live preview or the email the user is composing.
Emails can be previewed also for any address the user want to send to, with all the data merged for any of those users, simply selecting it from a list.
All the emails can be prepared or sent with a single command, with the capability to send them via an email server, one by one, specifying an interval time between each sending.
The application can prepare all the emails using the Mail.app installed on any Mac and then manually send them or sending directly all them with a single command (as a standard email client) via an email server you have access to.
• AutoMailer can auto-prepare via Mail.app and you have to manually press the send button inside Mail.app.
• The app can auto-send accessing directly your Mail server, without the use of Apple Mail.app
• It can send via standard BSDM/Linux mail server (example: sendmail or postfix)
• It can send via your gMail account
AutoMailer has a renewed improved mail server connect function (PLAIN, STARTTLS, TLS) and can test your connection (without sending) to better set it up.
You can save an unlimited number of connection settings and use more then one pre-defined server
Settings, data and email templates are saved inside documents, ready to be reused at later time reopening the documents.
The user can prepare email templates inserting content of the database table using a simple syntax ( a popup offers all the available field tags to access tabled data, without having to type them).
Any table is searchable using a search field at the top of them.
AutoMailer provides a lot of additional functionalities to help the user do his job in the best way, they are too much to list all.
Further, one of the goal of AutoMailer is to be easy of use. Anyone with a minimum of familiarity with the Mac will be able to use AutoMailer at best efficiency using all the potentiality of the app in a very intuitive way.
Now fully support also Dark Appearance mode when on macOS 10.14 Mojave
• You can use the download version at our site to check if it can work with your smtp mail server
• WARNING: It can NOT send via your MS outlook account
• Send Log bug fix
• Other minor bug fix
• Fix to allow to prepare emails via Mail.app also under macOS 10.14 Mojave
• Optimized for macOS 10.14 Mojave
• Now fully support also Dark Appearance mode when on macOS 10.14 Mojave
Ratings and Reviews
Update Broke My Server Settings
In general, I like this application. It isn’t as polished or feature laden as others out there, but that isn’t what I wanted and was very happy to find this more spartan offering. The simplicity/bare bones nature allows me to do exactly what I need to do, and it saves me untold amounts of time/labor.
However, the latest update completely broke my server settings, preventing me from sending anything at all (we use Outlook, and I tried every possible combination just to be sure). Fortunately, I had the old copy on another machine and was able to force a downgrade and re-enable functionality. I didn’t even try to email the dev about the issue as he never responded to the questions I sent around the time I first purchased the app, roughly 6 months ago. If it weren’t for this update and the lack of customer service, I’d call this a 4-5 star app (even at $50), but since it is now worthless to me without the old version it’s a 1 at best. Might be time to look for (or build my own) replacement.
Developer Response ,
Please upgrade to the latest version 2.6, it solves many issues of the previous releases
Product is extremely limited
I bought this product to use with AWS SES. Needless to say it did not work for me. Unfortunately, there is no way to know ahead of time if the product will work with you service provider until you gamble the cost of the software. The support people tried to help but in the end just said there were too many servers to be able to support. AWS is a fairly large provider so I don’t see the problem. I would stay away and look for another product.
The app is not ready for production use
I could not make it connect to my email service provider. This is most basic and fundamental feature for an application, which claims to automate your email campaings. The support people were not helpful at all.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.