Absolute Newsletter .NET (E-Mail Marketing and Newsletter Software)
Featured Packed e-mail marketing and Mailing List Manager for publishing and broadcasting electronic newsletters from your site. Supports unlimited mailing lists and subscribers, independent subscribers area, opt-in, opt-out confirmations and private lists. Compose rich newsletters using the built-in HTML editor,personalize your messages using data merging,track your links and generate reports on who has received your messages, schedule your releases and more!Visit publisher site: Absolute Newsletter .NET (E-Mail Marketing and Newsletter Software)
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- $149.00 USD
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If you can code, maybe you can make it work correctly. Unfortunately, no one responds for over a month on their contact details to fix bugs and help with setting-up.. Looks like I'll have to give up :(
My mailing list is over 180,000 subscribers and this software can't handle it. The reporting is way off, and I usually only see around 500 people that have actually read the newsletter - why? Because NO ONE is getting it! The software isn't sending out the newsletter correctly and despite email, after email to support I get nowhere with it. It's time to chalk up the $200 purchase price to experience and buy real professional newsletter software. I'm sick of wasting time with the .Net newsletter..
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Before purchasing this product for our Newsletter Management I had contacted the company several times to ensure that it met our criteria, of which one of the most important was the ability to manage Bounce emails. After installation and running some tests it became clear that the bounce management didn't work - of the 20 'bad' email addresses used to test not one was found, and there is no method to add new bounce rules...what a load of crap! I purchase GroupMail's newsletter manager instead!