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Current Version: 5.1 (August 8, 2006)

IntelliMerge is dynamic e-mail merge software (i.e., a bulk mailer) designed to simplify keeping in touch with customers, family, and friends. It features an integrated message editor, recipient database system, conditional merging logic, duplicate checker, and high performance message mailer.

IntelliMerge 5.1 introduces the following enhancements:

  • AutoSubscriber: IntelliMerge now downloads and processes subscribe and unsubscribe requests over twice as fast as previous release. The AutoSubscriber tool now includes an option to save
  • IP Tracking: IntelliMerge can now provide the IP address of subscribe and unsubscribe requests through the AutoSubscriber to prevent abuse.
  • Enhanced Invalid E-Mail Checker: IntelliMerge's invalid e-mail checker has been rewritten, offering more better, more accurate invalid e-mail verifications before mailing.
  • CSS support: IntelliMerge now includes external style sheets
  • Plain text equivalents: for older e-mail clients
  • Firefox & OmniWeb previews: check out your message before mailing by launching your browser of choice. IntelliMerge no longer needs to launch Safari to preview a message.

IntelliMerge is available for $99; upgrades to IntelliMerge 5.x from any previous version are $39.

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Related Links

Andrew Starr has a marvelous page of Eudora plug-ins and enhancements that Eudora users must check out. His entire site (known as eMailman) is worthwhile for every email junkie out there.

Graham Orndorff has written a superb collection of articles on setting up email servers and secure email clients on Mac OS X.

Adam Engst has put together a comprehensive overview of email attachment formats that is invaluable for anyone who wants or needs to understand the complexities behind them.

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