Simple setup and intuitive environment
The installation process does not last very long and does not come with any unpleasant surprises. The interface you come by seems a bit cluttered at first, yet it is well-organized and clean, as it encompasses multiple boxes and a few buttons. It is also unobtrusive, as it can be sent to the system tray with just a click of the button.
It becomes pretty clear that all types of users can find their way around it, including those with little experience with the IT world.
Customize the watching process
This program enables you to select a folder from the hard drive and place it under watch. This means that all new items at that location are going to be automatically attached to your e-mail and sent. It is possible to customize this operation, by adjusting the interval at which to check the directory and specifying the extensions you want to include.
Tweak other option
In addition to that, you are required to input information such as sender and recipient addresses, subject and message, and select a character set. “Bcc:” and “Cc:” fields are supported, while you can also compress attachments to a ZIP format, create backups or delete files after they have been successfully delivered.
It is possible to set the utility to send only one item per mail, append file names to the bottom of the message, change the timeout time and open logs in a Notepad window.
To conclude, AutoMailer is a pretty efficient piece of software which can be used along with other tools without facing problems, as it does not hinder the system’s performance. The interface is suitable to both beginners and highly experienced people, the response time is good and there are sufficient options to keep you busy for quite a while.
Reviewed by Madalina Boboc, last updated on June 11th, 2014
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Application descriptionAutoMailer is a lightweight application to help you easily send mail messages as attachments. The files to be sent hav...