MarshallSoft Client Mailer is a handy email marketing application designed to help you send personalized email, newsletters, e-zines, and notifications to a permission based mailing list directly from a C/C+ program, programmable database or spreadsheet.
Easily check responses for bounced email or replies (REMOVE, CONFIRM, OPT-OUT, etc). Send text or html email with multiple attachments. Supports most Window C/C++ compilers.
Here are some key features of "Marshallsoft Client Mailer for C/C++":
· Uses macro substitution to personalize outgoing letters.
· Can send text or HTML letters.
· Supports multiple attachments.
· Can handle arbitrarily large lists of recipients.
· Detects duplicate email addresses.
· Supports multiple lists of recipients that should always be skipped.
· Supports ASCII, and ISO_8859 character sets.
· Supports WIN_1252, WIN_1255, and UTF8 character sets.
· Can use up to 24 connections simultaneously for fast email delivery.
· Can process "undeliverable mail" replies.
· Can process multiple user replies ("REMOVE", "CONFIRM", etc)
· Has extensive error detection and logging capability.
· Includes an example program (with source) to send email.
· Includes an example program (with source) to check for replies.
· Email up to 50 recipients
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Added macro delimiters tilde ~, caret ^, and backquote `
· Ignore Tab chars on list macro line unless tab is the delimiter character
· Added MCM_GET_LAST_EMAIL_SENT to mcmGetString()
· Moved letter headers to separate header file (eg: letter.hdr)
· Added mcmOpenHeader() function to open header file
· Allow comments (line starting with #) in header section of letter header files
· Changed default macro delimiter from % (percent) to ` (backquote)
· Allow recipient list to have a single entry (no delimiters)
· Added "Header: string" to headers. Used to specify a user header
· Fixed problem in mcmRelease - was sometimes releasing SEE prematurely
· Option to automatically load (letter) header file: mcmSetInteger(MCM_AUTO_LOAD_HEADER_FILE, 1)