For better or worse, it’s hard to argue that one of the internet’s killer apps is email. There’s too much bad email and probably even too much good email. Here’s a way to make email better and worse at the same time.
It’s a Mac app that helps you to manage a company or organization’s email addresses and send out regular email newsletters, all with a few clicks.
It’s All In The Wrist
What we like most about using a Mac is how much we can do. If you’re a small company or organization that has a newsletter or important information to send to members, you’ll like what you get in MailShoot.
Yes, if you’re like me, you’d like to shoot some email. Maybe even shoot those who send you unsolicited email.
MailShoot is about gathering, managing, and using proper, opt-in email addresses to send out information.
That makes it an app that does something legitimate with email. Or not, depending on the purpose. So, let’s make believe that MailShoot will be used for honorable purposes.
Here’s how it’s done. MailShoot can manage email addresses using a built-in Contact List Manager, pull email addresses from your Mac’s Address Book, and even manage unsubscribed bounced email.
MailShoot manages by lists of emails, perfect for a company or organization with many employees or members. It also allows for custom fields, easy management of subscribers.
It’s like a subscription management app that does email. It also does email design. If you’ve ever done mail merge in a word processor, then you’ve done what MailShoot does.
Compose, edit, add attachments, select from address lists with ease. It’s like a built-in email app that does mail merge and more.
You get to see what the message looks like before sending it out, including what it’ll look like in a browser.
MailShoot also lets you create a subscribe page that automatically creates a web page where online users can sign up for your newsletter.
It even works with Apple’s iWeb websites and MobileMe.
MailShoot makes it straightforward to gather email addresses, manage email addresses and lists, and produce decent looking email newsletters so you can deliver the whole package with a few clicks.
The only problem at all is the fact that your efforts give birth to even more email messages, legitimate or otherwise.