It's happened again, hasn't it? Despite all of the mental conditioning, the sticky note reminders, the marked up calendars and whatnot, you've still managed to completely forget an important birthday, and now you're in trouble! Well, short of inventing a time machine, there's nothing to help you out of this year's mess, but with a copy of Auto Mail Sender Birthday Edition, you'll never have to experience this kind of grief ever again!
Auto Mail Sender Birthday Edition gives you the ability to send birthday wishes and season's greetings automatically! With Auto Mail Sender Birthday Edition, all you need to do is set up a person's birthday once, and your happy birthday emails will be sent automatically, on time! As you would expect, Auto Mail Sender Birthday Edition comes with a stellar Contacts Manager, plus you can import contacts from a text or CSV file. What's more, you have your choice of card design from the included festival, greeting card, and email templates! Thanks to the WYSIWYG HTML email editor, you'll always know how your greetings will look to your recipient when they open your message.
A flurry of technical bonuses make Auto Mail Sender Birthday Edition an automatic must-buy! You can choose to send your messages ahead of the actual birthday or event. You can elect to have your wishes resent if the original mailing fails. Auto Mail Sender Birthday Edition is even smart enough to know that a date falls on a weekend, allowing you to automatically have your greetings sent on the Friday before, guaranteeing that your recipient sees it!
This promotion includes the following:
Personal license (100 contacts) with Lifetime upgrades ($66.49)
Personal license (200 contacts) with Lifetime upgrades ($75.99)
Personal license (500 contacts) with Lifetime upgrades ($85.49)
Commercial license (700 contacts) with Lifetime upgrades ($94.99)
Enterprise license (100 employees) with Lifetime upgrades ($113.99)
Review Written by Derek Lee
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