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Mach5 Mailer Help Docs -- FAQ

Mach5 Mailer FAQ


If I Use Mach5 Mailer to Send an E-mail Message to 100 People, Will Person X See All of the 99 Other Recipients?

No. Mach5 Mailer sends a separate, customized, e-mail to each person on your mailing list. Each person who receives a message sent with Mach5 Mailer will think that he or she received a personal e-mail from you.

Note: no one will think that they have received a personal e-mail from you if you start the e-mail by saying "Dear Customer"! This is where Mach5 Mailer's advanced customization features come in. Try including the person's name in the subject or in the beginning (i.e. "Dear <<Name>>,"). 

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How Does The Trial Version of Mach5 Mailer Differ From The Full Version of Mach5 Mailer?

The trial, or unregistered, version of Mach5 Mailer is exactly the same as the full, or registered, version of Mach5 Mailer, except for these important differences:

  1. The trial version of Mach5 Mailer will append a message along the lines of "This message sent with an unregistered version of Mach5 Mailer." We recommend that you send test e-mail messages to yourself and a few co-workers, and then register Mach5 Mailer and send out your full mailing.
  2. The trial version of Mach5 Mailer will stop working after 30 days.
  3. You can only send e-mail to 50 recipients at a time with the trial version.

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Does Mach5 MailerWork With AOL?

If you are using AOL for sending messages, you will need to set up your e-mails to use the local server (see Setting up Email Delivery (SMTP Configuration)).

You will not be able to use AOL as the remote server. Mach5 Mailer uses Internet standard SMTP servers to deliver your e-mail messages. AOL uses their own proprietary e-mail protocol. If you prefer to use the remote server to send e-mail, we recommend that you obtain a SMTP account. Your local Internet provider will provide you with both Internet access and SMTP service for, most likely, around $20 a month. In addition, services such as Juno also provide you with a SMTP server. We have tested Mach5 Mailer with Juno. 

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