iMailist
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Send HTML-formatted mail to mail lists.   Free
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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
Version 2.1: Universal Binary. Translation improvements.
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.3 or later







  • MailTags
    +1

  • MailCue
    +1

  • RoboPostman
    +1

  • MailShoot
    +1
iMailist User Discussion (Write a Review)
ver. 2.x:
(5)
Your rating: Now say why...
Overall:
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Anonymous reviewed on 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
[Version 2.0.8]

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Anonymous commented on 04 Sep 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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Anonymous reviewed on 31 Dec 2004
Got this to work... the concept is great but It won't send email to AOL users for some reason.
[Version 2.0.8]


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Anonymous reviewed on 16 Dec 2004
Can't get by the initial stage. Will not send
[Version 2.0.8]


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Anonymous reviewed on 29 Aug 2004
Here I am again! After this update this software ROCKS!!!!!!!!!!!!! I LOVE it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
[Version 2.0.8]


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Anonymous reviewed on 28 Aug 2004
Man this thing does NOT work!
[Version 2.0.6]


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Anonymous reviewed on 24 Aug 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.
[Version 2.0.6]

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Anonymous commented on 29 Aug 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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Anonymous commented on 30 Aug 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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Anonymous commented on 30 Aug 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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Anonymous reviewed on 23 Aug 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
[Version 2.0.6]

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Anonymous commented on 23 Sep 2004
Thanks a lot
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Anonymous reviewed on 08 Aug 2004
This app. do correctly what it is supposed to do! This app. do correctly what it is supposed to do! The preview and "the edit field" are very intuitive and easy, a real Mac OS X style application!

Freeware and only 248 K !

You must know very well html and thus "style sheet" to obtain professional visual results, and of course the target pad for each element of the page must be "absolute" ("http://xxxxxxxxxx") to consent an access to pictures. (avoid linked CSS for a correct layout)

Until now i used MaxBulkMailer v.2.8 (shareware and about 4,7Mb) registered to send my html "pro" mail, which permit to personalized tags.

Please improve this little app, it might be a professional valuable alternative soon!!
[Version 2.0]


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Anonymous reviewed on 25 Jul 2004
This would be useful if the interface was refined a little bit, I don't think it should be named 1.5, it's more a (promissing) 0.x version really - you should be able to drag/drop files in the load URI section to select your HTML source, as well as e-mail addresses. You should be able to hit the delete key to remove an e-mail from the list, you should click the + to add a list/e-mail and THEN be asked to fill in it's name, etc...

Also, it would be useful if the address book integration was better implemented.

As it is now, it's easier to use Mail w/ MailPictures (allows you to send e-mail as raw HTML) so there's no real reason to use this software.

I'm looking forward to its future development though :)
[Version 1.5b]


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Anonymous reviewed on 24 Jul 2004
Thanks for this app, but the authentication doesn't work anytime
[Version 1.5b]


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Downloads:53,721
Version Downloads:3,089
Type:Internet : Email
License:Free
Date:10 Jan 2009
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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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


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