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Announcing the revolution: BigSender 3.Now it's even easier to compose and publish e-zines, online newsletters, media releases, announcements, bulletins or other personalized broadcast messages just like the big-budget news sites.BigSender features include self-installation, unique Hybrid messages with inline graphics, sounds and movies, intuitive one-click HTML-to-plain-text converter (and vice versa), a powerful list-editing suite (search, browse, edit, multiple remove), built-in Automated Bounce Manager, free Instant Updater plug-in, free BigSender Snapshot (saves often-used messages to load, modify and send again and again), multiple administrators with separate login and access privileges, one-click website publishing (with on-the-fly indexing), message previewing, opt-in activator (often called "double opt-in"), automatic welcome email to new subscribers, single-click realtime opt-out with optional exit email confirmation, user record modification option, free BigSender Language File plug-ins, free BigSender Gateway Manager plug-in to install and administrate as many lists as you want, automatic email address redundancy checker (prevents duplicate records), built-in List Cleaner (for ensuring the integrity of your lists), advanced Data Guard helps prevent data corruption, add as many custom fields (all standard and many special field types) as you want to collect, save and use to further personalize broadcast messages, import legacy data or build new lists, seamless integration with your site's look and feel, and lots of other must-have features you won't find even in custom systems costing tens of thousands of dollars.
Price USD189
License Update
Version 3.672
Operating System Mac OS Classic Macintosh
System Requirements BigSender is a web application.
  • Desktop: Any computer/operating system that can connect to the internet.
  • Website: Virtually any webserver including Unix, Linux, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Solaris, IBM, SGI, Novell NetWare, OS/2, HP/UX, FreeBSD, AIX, BSD/OS and MacOS/WebStar
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