Massive Mail
Massive Mail
2.2

4.5

Massive Mail free download for Mac

Massive Mail

2.2
19 February 2014

Mail delivery software (beta).

Overview

Massive Mail lets you send thousands of email messages in a quick and easy way -- very useful for newsletters.

Features:
  • Intuitive user interface.
  • Multiple SMTP account support
  • Multitasking panel.
  • Plain text, Multipart.
  • Transport Layer Security (TLS) support.
  • AppleScript.
  • Previews.
  • Address Book integration.
  • Photo Browser.

What's new in Massive Mail

Version 2.2:
  • Fixed some problems on OS X 10.7 and OS X 10.8.
  • This version is completely free.

Note: Please note that this version is more efficient, it does the job more faster, but it has less features so you might want to keep the previous version around.

16 Massive Mail Reviews

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Mac-Mail
24 December 2007

Most helpful

Totally don't know what this application is good for. If anyone wants to customize any email (like I always do), it can be done easily with Thunderbird, SeaMonkey or any Mozilla mail application. Actually, they can do way more than this just another small time Massive Mail. That's my 2 cents!
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Version 0.9.3
jbb92248
09 August 2019
nice
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Version 2.2
Coach50
24 February 2011
Version 2.02 didn't work for me at all: I got the message "The file "main.mmstore" couldn't be opened because there is no such file." Creating emails worked ok, but nothing actually got sent. Automatic update suggested 2.02 was up to date, yet 2.04 is out. Once I'd updated to 2.04 it worked fine. In v 1.3 it was very easy to insert First Name or Last Name as they appeared top of the insert menu. Now the menu's cluttered with so much stuff in non-alphabetical order I'd really like to see the most commonly used fields at the top of the menu, and the rest in alphabetical order. It would be way easier to use.
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Version 2.0.4
Justanthrguyhere
26 December 2010
Nice Job! We have a FileMaker database that does this but of course can't use Apple Mail's stationary so that's a nice touch! We keep a record of the emails in our contact DB so this wouldn't work for us out of the box. I'll have to play with it and see what can be done. Be nice if this was a FMP Plug-in! But regardless WELL DONE and at a fair price.
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Version 2.0.1
Monika-Marcovici
04 June 2009
I can't even start the app! It says "an unexpected error occured (10810)
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Version 1.2.8
Glion
11 February 2009
hello everyone, if there are any complaints or suggestions, please send them to the appropriate channel. People who support this project make it all the time and their response it was quick. If you have any questions, please ask me. Use the feedback panel. Or send email to the address that appears on my macupdate.com'profile page. macupdate.com said something right: "Please backup your claims with specific examples or reasons." and if you read the comments, many of them are really out of place (without a reason to be). And the others have been resolved (I hope).
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Version 1.1.9
Ozfever
04 January 2009
Nine negative and one positive (5 star?) comments and yet this app is given a 5 star rating. Seems like a skewed rating system to me.
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Version 1.1.1
Convergencesite
27 December 2008
I see nothing here that cannot already be done by Apples own Mail.app An addition to Apples Mail.app like stationary seems more appropriate and will accomplish much more. Convergencesite
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Version 1.0.8
3 answer(s)
Glion
Glion
27 December 2008
Massive Mail was created with the idea of easing the task of sending invitations, newsletters, congratulations to a group of people without having to hand write the same message for each of them. You just have to write a single message using the "tags" that you consider appropriate and Massive Mail will take care of customize on the fly the rest of the messages. These tags are the variables that Massive Mail will replace with the actual data of your contacts, email, nickname, birthday, and so on. So if you write: Dear ABFirstname. The final message will be: Dear John Doe. and the same for each person in the group. Certainly you can do this with Mail.app, but you would have to "hand write" the same message again and again for all individuals in the group. This task can be very exhaustive depending on the size of the group.
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Version 1.0.8
Convergencesite
Convergencesite
28 December 2008
GLION Respectfully I still don't see it. If I create a "Group" in my Apple Address Book (which s what the Apple Mail.app runs from) and lets call it "the best in Manufacturing) and I then drag all the names that I wish to send to into that group then I can simply send one e-mail to that group. It is my choice whether or not just the Group Name or all the names show in the distribution. True??? Convergencesite
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Version 1.0.8
Glion
Glion
28 December 2008
Hello CONVERGENCESITE, the idea is that recipients will not see that the message was sent to a group of people. The idea is that they see that the message was "indivial", "personal." I am sure that you have received this kind of message. In the header of the message appears only your email address, but in fact the message was sent to many more people with just a few clicks of a mouse. Try Massive Mail so you see what I am talking about.
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Version 1.0.8
dajonel
01 December 2008
Why did you make Massive Mail shareware? I enjoyed the freeware product...
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Version 1.0
Nigel2112
17 June 2008
If the lazy developer had put any less effort into his iWeb written website it would be blank. Couldn't even bother with release notes?? Then I won't bother trying 'Massive Mail'.
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Version 0.9.6
2 answer(s)
Glion
Glion
03 July 2008
Release notes... yes, you're right, starting with the next version of Massive Mail, all versions will have release notes and I will update the website... my apologies.
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Version 0.9.7
Nigel2112
Nigel2112
04 July 2008
When I read my comments again I realized they were unnecessarily harsh. My apologies.
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Version 0.9.7
Tice
24 December 2007
It just doesn't work. If I press the send-button the tasks-window shows "Sending messages ..." but it doesn't send any.
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Version 0.9.3
Free

4.5

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • Mac OS X 10.6.8 or later
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