Mailings
Mailings
2.1.3

3.1

Mailings free download for Mac

Mailings2.1.3

17 January 2016

Batch emailer with personalization features.

Overview

Mailings is a mature, high performance, low cost mail delivery app for sending personalized email messages to large groups of contacts. It's the best email marketing tool on the Mac!

For business or personal use, Mailings is capable of sending thousands of messages, or just a hundred, directly and privately from your own Mac.

Mailings is packed with features: address book support, message monitor, embedded images, secure (SSL) messaging. Send Web pages as email, and easy contact import.

The trial is fully functional for 30 days.

And if you don't need all the power of Mailings, try Mailings Lite for only $9.99. The lite version differs from the full version in that all options, normally specified in Preferences, are set to their default values for ease of use. Also, Mailings Lite does not support sending in simulated mode or access to the Message Monitor for tracking when recipients open their mail.

Be sure to check out the Help menu for tons of information about the product's capabilities, getting-started guides, and tutorials to make the most of it.

What's new in Mailings

Version 2.1.3:
  • Update for Mac OS 10.11

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23 Reviews of Mailings

Espiridion
15 December 2010
Version: 2.0

Most helpful

I'll post a full review later, but have to say that Joe's support is great, and the software gets continuously updated without asking for an upgrade fee. I have other bulk mailers and stopped using them due to the constant upgrade fees. I look forward to trying the added feature allowing the use of GMail.
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Pugwash
28 July 2015
Version: 2.1.2
Like others I purchased Mailings several years ago and while I quite like the app the developer only deserves 1 star. As others have said no upgrade link to those of us that bought and so payed his/her wage before the App store version, no reply to support, we get nothing. Totally arrogant!!! I'm pleased to report that on the Australian App store Mailings has 1 three star review that while not completely unfavourable is not very favourable. Even if you are considering buying Mailings from the App store I'd be very careful. As far as I'm concerned this developer has absolutely no ethics whatsoever.
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RJC.NJNYC
06 November 2014
Version: 2.0.13
AVOID. This developer is useless, as well as their website. I have their "Limit Point Software Utilities Bundle" where you get all of their apps with updates forever. Yeah, good luck. Anyone else having problems? Leave a comment, and maybe I'll start legal action to get them to honor their comments.
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mrcndc
25 January 2014
Version: 2.0.13
Where is the download, upgrade link for those of us who bought unlimited upgrades before there was an Apple App Store?
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Karl-Laurent
13 November 2013
Version: 2.0.10
I always was very pleased with the app. It did exactly what I bought it for: a personalized weekly newsmail to ca 500 people. Bit since the upgrade to OSX.09, my mailservers keep rejecting every communication with Mailings. When I try tot contact Support, nobody answers. Bad show!
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netalexpg
31 October 2013
Version: 2.0.10
Since upgrading to 10.9 Maverick I can't get Mails to work, I've also contacted the the maker and no reply. Anyone else having problems. Can't even send myself a preview. Seems to be the mail settings.
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Mark Hennon
15 July 2013
Version: 2.0.10
Their support email at support@limit-point.com is bouncing back my purchase's password request with" Recipient address: support@limit-point.com Reason: Remote SMTP server has rejected address Diagnostic code: smtp;550 Mailbox quota exceeded. Purchased on June 30; July 15 and no password. Not happy.
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cjcarton
27 March 2012
Version: 2.0.08
The app is potentially great, although I am currently having a problem with it. Contrarily to some reviewers, I have found customer service TOTALLY UNRESPONSIVE.
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sjk
07 February 2011
Version: 2.0.03
Is it possible to Bcc recipients? I've thoroughly checked the interface and documentation but couldn't find any way of doing it.
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Espiridion
15 December 2010
Version: 2.0
I'll post a full review later, but have to say that Joe's support is great, and the software gets continuously updated without asking for an upgrade fee. I have other bulk mailers and stopped using them due to the constant upgrade fees. I look forward to trying the added feature allowing the use of GMail.
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Espiridion
15 December 2010
Version: 2.0
I'll post a full review later, but have to say that Joe's support is great, and the software gets continuously updated without asking for an upgrade fee. I have other bulk mailers and stopped using them due to the constant upgrade fees. I look forward to trying the added feature allowing the use of GMail.
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Macgurl
17 September 2009
Version: 1.9.52
The good news: this software still works on Snow Leopard. The bad news: "The requested resource / is no longer available on this server and there is no forwarding address. Please remove all references to this resource." Don't you just hate it when you pay for something that evaporates without a trace (and without an explanation, or support)?
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Macgurl
11 February 2009
Version: 1.9.50
Excellent software, easy to configure and implement. Every update makes it a better choice. THE best bulk mailer for the Mac.
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Sadcase
03 July 2008
Version: 1.9.38
Spot on! A great piece of software which does what it's designed to do very well. One plus point is that you can try it without limit for 10 days - which allows you to properly evaluate the software, rather than being limited to a paltry 10 contacts which gives you no idea how the software will perform when sending a newsletter to 700+ contacts. The 'Apple-like' interface, Dreamweaver, Mail and Address Book integration, and a logical, well-thought-out workflow were just the icing on the cake. Oh, and the price is first rate. Keep up the good work!
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globetrotterdk
11 January 2008
Version: 1.9.27
Have your problems disapeared with the latest version? I am considering purchasing the software. What alternatives are available?
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Jimw
11 December 2007
Version: 1.9.26
I have received a very courteous replay back from the developer, after posting my review, indicating he was indisposed for a period of time and indicting that he intends to improve the support of the product in the future. I would welcome any comments in regards to the support experiences of the product from other users for review. If the developed does what he says and the evidence appears here, I would be happy to rewrite my review or provide an update which would reflect the improved support. In regards to functionality: I look forward to re-reviewing the product should the functionality significantly change.
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Jimw
07 December 2007
Version: 1.9.26
Unfortunately, while the product has some unique and useful features, support for the product (e-mail only) has generally been abysmal. Here is why: After researching a number of products for someone to whom I provide free support to for their organization, I suggest this product as a bulk mailer for simple text messages and attachments. We paid our shareware fee and started using the product. Unfortunately the documentation leaves much to be desired, so getting it to work involved a lot of trial and error. In the process we ran into a number of bugs, which eventually got fixed. Support for the product seems to be a mixed bag at best. Sometimes we get a helpful response, sometimes we don't. Our most recent experience is that we initially got a acceptable response but then when the initial suggestions failed to work we were abandoned. Finally after several frustrating days of continual failures to get the product to work properly, we finally figured out what was wrong and got it to work - without any help from the developer as a continual stream of emails were never responded to or acknowledged. Troubleshooting this product requires sophisticated experience as errors messages are encoded as cryptic codes that have no reference. Again, the developer ignored a request as to what the error codes mean. Only by going through the Mac console log were we able to get a clue as to what the problem was and figure out a solution on our own. When the product works, it works well, but it can be very finicky, In my opinion, especially given its level of support and limited documentation, it is not a product suitable for the inexperienced user. For these reasons, I cannot recommend this product for a general audience. If you are looking for a bulk mailer, I would research its alternatives and only choose this one if you can't find a better one that meets your requirements. This product has promise, but right now, I do not believe it is ready for 'Prime Time."
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Hoodenkiy
26 August 2007
Version: 1.9.20
oh if you could only imagine how hard it was to send html emails to my friends. since i work with orphan kids there are always so many pics and stories hind those. so i really like to make a nice-looking layout and simply send it to my friends. the great thing that i like about Mailings is that it supports HTML code. so i always hear back from my friends how excited they are and happy for the work that i do. thank you Mailings.
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-rondykes
29 June 2006
Version: 1.8.2
great app. with some really excellent features. The developer has been incredibly responsive to emails (responded to all my emails within hours).recently i shot him an email asking about a feature that i wished to see in the app and if it was in the plans for future versions. He offered to write it into the app and send me a pre release the next day, which he did and it worked perfectly. i cannot image better support than that. support this development, it is well worth it.
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splorp
24 March 2006
Version: 1.6.3
Unfortunately, Mailings does not support the combined sending of plain text and HTML formatted e-mail using multi-part MIME encoding. That makes it a no-go for me. Looks solid enough for rich content e-mail on its own... but I hate to leave any potential recipient off the list. Some folks still have text-only e-mail clients... really.
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redfoxwebdesign
27 February 2006
Version: 1.6.1
It's good, very good! The interface is not really mac like! The price ... mmm, well how shall I put it ... it's to pricey!
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Anonymous
14 March 2005
Version: 1.3.1
Good TOOL for sending mass emailing and the price is reasonable. Like any tool it can be used in a good or bad way, but it's only a tool. Spammer will always find a way to spam, so this tool has nothing to do with that. I use it to make announcements to my clients, for sending out invites to parties, to email my newsletter, etc. -- all of whom "opt in" to receive messages from me.
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Anonymous
23 February 2005
Version: 1.2.9
Fantastic tool! The developer has work tirelessly to resolve many issues.... Well done!
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Alan Ralsky
24 January 2005
Version: 1.2.4
Is this like...a tool for like...spammers?
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