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DS Development Releases Easy Mail Merge For Outlook

New product runs as Outlook plug-in, uses Outlook Contacts or other sources for e-mail merge.

DS Development, a Romanian company, has released version 1.1 of Easy Mail Merge for Outlook.

Easy Mail Merge for Outlook is designed to assist users when they create and send personalized e-mails to a mailing list. The product combines the familiar interface of Microsoft Outlook and a mail merge wizard that is easy to use.

Users can import mail merge fields from various sources and deliver individual e-mails to a contacts list, which will solve most e-mail merge needs. Applications include personalized newsletters, business announcements, marketing e-mails or any other e-mails that need to be customized and individually sent to a large number of people.

Despite using Outlook interface to compose messages, Easy Mail Merge for Outlook does not require Microsoft Word for mail merging. It helps users to manage an e-mail campaign by scheduling the start of the mailing, how many messages to be sent, and how long to wait between each emailing.

Address sources that Easy Mail Merge can use include Outlook Contacts, Outlook distribution lists, or fields imported from external CSV files. Once imported, Easy Mail Merge can use the records for personalizing the e-mail subject line and body content. To customize the email content for each receiver, the user can easily add simple merge labels or he can define complex scenarios using the Scenario Editor.

Easy Mail Merge works with any version of Microsoft Outlook, starting with Microsoft Office Outlook 2000. It installs itself as an Outlook add-in and it can be accessed from the Outlook Tools menu. Easy Mail Merge for Outlook passed the Microsoft VeriTest verification tests for the Windows Client and Microsoft Office Platform Test.

Easy Mail Merge for Outlook is available directly from DS Development SRL, and costs $39.95 for a downloaded version. For further information or to download the product, visit www.emailaddressmanager.com.

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