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What is MaxBulk Mailer?
Max Programming LLC is a privately-owned Spanish company which also goes by the name of Maxprog. It is a company that specializes in Linux, Windows, and Macintosh software development. It also specializes in developing and marketing communications and database tools on the Internet. Maxprog has made MaxBulk Mailer, a tool that is good for users’ email marketing needs. It is a bulk e-mailer which allows users to send and design emails to their prospects and customers, straight from their own desktop.
MaxBulkMailer is a bulk emailer and a mail-merge tool for both Macintosh and Windows, and comes with full features. It lets users deliver customized press releases, price lists, or HTML and text documents to their customers. This program is easy to use since its fast and fully customizable. The MaxBulk Mailer can handle HTML, plain text, and styled text documents, providing complete support for its attachments. This program can also contain fonts, graphics, and colors. It turns users’ messages into online brochures. They will be able to manage, send, and build their very own marketing message to their customers and potential clients.
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File types supported by MaxBulk Mailer
Our users primarily use MaxBulk Mailer to open these file types:
About file types supported by MaxBulk Mailer
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Last updated: : September 4, 2014