Offer your clients the ability to send HTML mails based on a template (either on your machine or at a URL), each personalized with the recipient's name. You can add attachments to everyone, or a group of people, there's progress bars while you're sending them - all this in an external ASP class file, so just a couple of lines on your page.
This extension uses old Server Behaviors technology deprecated by Adobe and we will also deprecate it soon. Please use the new DMXzone Mailer, based on the new DMXzone Server Connect technology for building dynamic web sites with server connectivity.
Full international characters support - Now you can select the language character set you are using and
the mail headers and body will be fully encoded so that every mail
client will be able to read you language the way it should!
Generates fully MHTML compatible mails with the images included or linked to the web - You can send mail with the images included in the mail so the
mail can be read offline, or create links to images hosted on the
Send to single or multiple users - You can easily choose to send a mail to one person, send CC's or BCC's, or multiple recipients from a recordset.
Use cool real-time Flash progress bars when sending bulk mail - When sending mail to multiple recipients you can choose to show a
real time progress bar that follows the progress of the mail being
Fully personalize your mails so that they include personal information - You can include dynamic data to personalize the mail, form variables for example.
Use any URL as template for the mail body! - This way you can send for example
personalized invoices and still have them available on the web as well!
Send fully customized HTML mails based on a Template - Imagine sending a newsletter just like the one from DMXzone.
Add attachments in any way you want - one by one, full folder or via recordset!
Support for lots of standard mail components for mail processing - The following mail components are supported: CDO (WinXP/Win2000), CDONTS (WinNT4/Win2000), JMail, ASPEmail and ASPMail.
Extended error checking - The extension includes an error checking function that you can
turn on or off. If you turn it on and something goes wrong while sending
the mail you will get an error message.
Generates just a few lines of code on your page - Your page size remains small with the code for the Smart Mailer extension in a separate include file.
Full Mac OSX support - We have enhanced the extension user interface and functionality so that it looks fantastic on OSX as well
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The extension seems fine, but the documentation should be deeper - much deeper! I've set up a 40 field formular. I need to send the body as a two column table to the receiver, but this I simply can't get right! Tried to use ASPMail using Latin 3, which nearly got right untill I put in a table! Then I had to use Latin 9 to keep special characters. The table itself looked like *xxxx*. Then I tried using JMail, but I can't find a Charset that will work. All looks like:
This is a multipart message in MIME format. ----NEXT_BM_0862D2BD829F4FF8AE3E4495EC08B5B6 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-3" Content-Transfer-Encoding: Quoted-Printable <html=3E<head=3E<meta http-equiv=3D"Content-Type" content="3D""text/html; char= set="3D"'iso-8859-3"=3E</head=3E<body=3EKlient CVR: <br/=3EKlientRef: <br/=3EW= eb-sagsnr=2E: <br/=3ESagsbeskrivelse: <br/=3ESagsbeskrivelse udvidet 1:
So PLEASE, make an EXTENDED detailed tutorial how to set up the extension. And please put in what character set one should use when comming from Denmark...
I've programmed a little newsletter application where the user can write a newsletter with the HTMLEditor and save it to the database. Then he can select the newsletter and a mailinglist to send the newsletter.
I'm using ASPMail and HTML-Mailing.
I can send the mails to all the addresses in the mailinglist recordset but only the first mail contains the newstext. The other get a "null".