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Email Merge

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Shareware; $39

Current Version: 2.1.1 (December 14, 2002) / 2.3.6 (February 16, 2007)

Email Merge is a program for creating a mailing of individualized email messages. It combines a database and an email message to create customized email messages. Email Merge can be used for invoicing, sales, list management, student grading and even personal messages. Email Merge is compatible with Apple Mail (OS X 10.3 or later), Entourage, Eudora, Mailsmith, PowerMail, Outlook Express, Emailer or QuickMail Pro. Features include:

  • Imports directly from FileMaker Pro, clipboard or text file.
  • Verification of outgoing messages, email addresses and attachments.
  • Supports HTML email (Entourage and Outlook Express only).
  • Database features, included sorting and finding duplicates.
  • Messages can be sent using different accounts.
  • Attachments can be included with messages.

Email Merge 2.3.6 - the latest version for Mac OS X - works around a problem between Apple Mail and the system Address Book.

Email Merge contains comprehensive documentation, context-sensitive help and a tutorial. Email Merge for Mac OS X costs $39 for one license. Upgrades from Email Merge for Classic Mac OS cost $19 per license. A site license for an entire office costs $349. Once a license is purchased, the 20-message restriction on merging is removed.

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Andrew Starr has a marvelous page of Eudora plug-ins and enhancements that Eudora users must check out. His entire site (known as eMailman) is worthwhile for every email junkie out there.

Graham Orndorff has written a superb collection of articles on setting up email servers and secure email clients on Mac OS X.

Adam Engst has put together a comprehensive overview of email attachment formats that is invaluable for anyone who wants or needs to understand the complexities behind them.

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