iMailist
iMailist
2.1

4.5

iMailist free download for Mac

iMailist

2.1
11 January 2009

Send HTML-formatted mail to mail lists.

Overview

iMailist is a software allowing the sending of mails to format HTML to a whole mailing-list.

  • Address Book is integrated
  • Preview the downloaded HTML source
  • Multiples mailing Lists management
  • SMTP Authentification
  • Import mailings lists from text files.
  • You can Add/Remove mails and lists as you wish

What's new in iMailist

Version 2.1: Universal Binary. Translation improvements.

15 iMailist Reviews

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jojo
21 July 2004

Most helpful

Great app ! thanks !
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Version 1.1b
Anonymous
20 May 2005
Im running imailist on my imac g4 1.25ghz with Tiger, and it runs exceptionally well until it comes to sending, the app quits itself. is this possible to be fixed or am i doing something wrong? the app is extremely easy to use, and quick to set up an email
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Version 2.0.8
1 answer(s)
Anonymous
Anonymous
04 September 2005
Me too. It sent one email - but none since. Either just keeps rolling, and not doing anything; or app closes.
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Version 2.0.8
Simon Mark Lewis
19 May 2005
I am trying to send a HTML webpage via your software, It all looks perfect, except on sending. "Error - Server SMTP Adress not Valid". We use a satellite for email, and are smtp mail server is an IP style address of xxx.xxx.x.x, but this fails to be recognized. Is this going to be a problem to use this software, or is it just for SMTP.mac.com's....????
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Version 2.0.8
1 answer(s)
Anonymous
Anonymous
30 June 2005
Easynow Mr. Lewis. The chicken is in the basket.
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Version 2.0.8
mayermad
17 February 2005
So far, I really like this program, so thanks for creating it. However, the bounce-back from AOL addresses IS incredibly annoying and disappointing. Importing a text list took some work because of the "comma-space" requirements, but luckily I have Word, which has an advanced 'find-replace' feature. Although, for future versions, the one person's recommendation for drag-and-drop address management was good. Otherwise, I love the ease of use and the address/list management. I like the preview function and the way you can see the 'green light' status of each address as it's sending. Thanks again!
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Version 2.0.8
Anonymous
31 December 2004
Got this to work... the concept is great but It won't send email to AOL users for some reason.
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Version 2.0.8
nidri
23 December 2004
Cannot get past first stage either. Loading a HTML-page is realy easy. Importing from adressbook also fine. Getting the list into the message is a real pain. Adressfiels remail showing 'fdfd'. It does sent, but how? and to whom? - cannot close the iMailist window - no Bcc-field either, means that all my recipients can see other emailadresses. The last issue is really important for me to make te app usable. If you can get it to work it's really promising (and userfriendly though). Good luck with it! (also experienced couple of crashes, tried several downloads & installations)
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Version 2.0.8
Anonymous
16 December 2004
Can't get by the initial stage. Will not send
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Version 2.0.8
Anonymous
29 August 2004
Here I am again! After this update this software ROCKS!!!!!!!!!!!!! I LOVE it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Version 2.0.8
Anonymous
28 August 2004
Man this thing does NOT work!
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Version 2.0.6
Anonymous
24 August 2004
Great a way to send trojan horses to a whole mailing list at once. Except for SPAM why does one NEED to send html formated emails? SPAM does it so it can "validate" email addresses based on opening a file (such as an image) that is pointed to within the html.
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Version 2.0.6
3 answer(s)
Anonymous
Anonymous
29 August 2004
I assume it's so people can send mail with styles in it (such as italics, bold, etc.) without trying to send a RTF/DOC/PDF or whatever.
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Version 2.0.8
Anonymous
Anonymous
30 August 2004
So what is wrong with PDF or RTF. Does anyone have trouble openning those formats? And they do not allow the spread of trojan horses nor do they allow the HIDDEN feedback that spammer love so well.
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Version 2.0.8
Anonymous
Anonymous
30 August 2004
Well, I'd personally rather not see an attached file when reading a mailing list - especially when PDF and RTF are usually larger than the equivalent HTML code. (I'd personally rather stick with 7-bit ASCII text, to tell you the truth, but that's just my opinion.) Plus, it may require people to open up an external viewer, using up extra memory/screen space/whatever, when all they wanted to do was view a simple list message.
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Version 2.0.8
Anonymous
23 August 2004
Good stuff! one problem: could you fix this: when you wanna type a 'umlaut a' (these german letters you don't have) in the editor the result is &/?! could you fix this
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Version 2.0.6
3 answer(s)
Romain BOSSUT
Romain BOSSUT
24 August 2004
A new version will be released soon and this bug will be fixed ;-)
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Version 2.0.6
Romain BOSSUT
Romain BOSSUT
30 August 2004
it's fixed !!!
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Version 2.0.8
Anonymous
Anonymous
23 September 2004
Thanks a lot
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Version 2.0.8
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4.5

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later
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