Emails are one of the chief ways to communicate to a large customer base or numerous clients in a specific routine and increasingly clients have got used to the medium. So it becomes important for organization to keep in touch with them through emails and keep the business going. Now here is a remarkable tool that can integrate with certain number of application and automatically send emails from them. And this tool is nothing but MarshallSoft Client Mailer for Xbase 4.0. It is pure email marketing software that is capable of delivering personalized emails by scanning permission based mailing register or list straightforwardly from programmable database, Xbase, spreadsheet etc. This will enable companies to send as many emails they want to clients, business partners, customers and individuals with very less efforts and time.
MarshallSoft Client Mailer for Xbase offers the flexibility to send HTML or Text mails from any particular application. Along with the emails the tool supports attaching multiple documents and sending them without any difficulty. The client mailer uses macro substitution for personalizing every outgoing email along with targeted attachments. It supports ISO-8859, ASCII, UTF8 and WIN_1252 character sets easily. The application also can easily handle bulk mailing scheduled against a distribution list. For achieving a fast email delivery the software uses thirty two connections or channels at the same time. It also is equipped to process multiple-user replies of delivered as well as undelivered emails. Taking into account for security purposes the utility supports POP3 and SMTP authentication plus also supports those email servers which require SSL/TLS. More so, far-reaching error detection as well as classification capability of the software makes it even better.
MarshallSoft Client Mailer for Xbase is a tool that also assists in building of Win32 application which is capable of running in all Windows OS versions. Therefore as we can finally say, on account of its effectiveness, the Client mailer is worthy of a rating score of three stars out of five.