Freshly Squeezed Software has released an update for MailDrop, bringing it to version 1.2. MailDrop is an email utility designed for sending custom mass emails. The update features SMTP server limit workarounds and bulk ops speed improvements. According to Freshly Squeezed Software:
Freshly Squeezed Software today released Maildrop 1.2, a Mac OS X application for sending customized mass emails.
MailDrop sends personalized, individual emails to an unlimited number of people without displaying a lengthy list of recipients in the header. MailDrop provides full support for attachments, HTML email, import/export, and more. MailDrop is perfect for sending holiday cards to your loved ones!
New in this version of MailDrop:
- Added iTunes-like "filter" search box
- Bulk operations (finding duplicates, importing, etc.) are much faster
- Added "import" option via AppleScript for cooperation with Marketcircleis DayLite product line
- Opens a new SMTP connection every 10 recipients, to work around limits with some SMTP servers
- Automatically strips spaces from email addresses when sending mail (and some other places as well)
- Improved robustness of importing .csv and .txt files as well as drag and drop
- Deselects all recipients after a delete
- Fixed small memory leak with comma-separated file importing
You can find more information about the MailDrop update at the Freshly Squeezed Software Web site. MailDrop is available 20% of the price of US$59.00 during the month of December