The shareware makers at Maxprog have a new product, eMail Bounce Handler: a US$14.90 “bounce” e-mail filtering and handling tool.
Bounced e-mail is electronic mail that’s returned to the sender because, for whatever reason, it can’t be delivered. Such messages usually appear as new notes in your inbox, unless otherwise arranged.
eMail Bounce Handler recognizes bounce e-mails using a customizable set of rules and extracts the recipients addresses, allowing you to use them again to try sending your mail or to take them off your list. eMail Bounce Handler simply connects to your pop mailbox in order to retrieve bounces, leaving other message untouched, according to
Once your mailbox is processed and all bounced emails are removed, you will get your list of “bad” e-mails addresses. You can then export it in order to clean your original list or to try to send your mail again. If you use Maxprog Bulk Mailer, you can name your file “Delete” and then drop it over MaxBulk Mailer recipient list. All addresses from the file will be removed from the list.
eMail Bounce Handler is available for both the traditional
Mac operating system
Mac OS X.
Meanwhile, MaxBulk Mailer has also been updated. Version 2.3 of the bulk mailing software has a test button that lets you send a test mail to yourself. You can also now send a detailed delivery report to user e-mail once you’re done and can save import settings.
MaxBulk Mailer 2.3 is a free upgrade to registered users. The cost is $34.90 for others; this includes a demo of eMail Extractor. You can get MaxBulk in five different languages and for Mac OS X or the traditional Mac operating system. Go to the
MaxProg Web site