SendBlaster

  • Subscriptions management

    SendBlaster can automatically manage subscriptions (and unsubscriptions) to distribution lists. Each list can be associated with an e-mail address: when a e-mail message with Subscribe in the subject line is sent to managing e-mail address the sender gets added to the list. If the subject is Unsubscribe instead, the sender gets deleted (if case he/she […]

  • Sending email Messages

    Common SMTP server details configuration Common disconnection errors troubleshooting In order to send an email message you first need to specify the recipients and the sender. The list of distribution lists (defined in Manage lists) is shown in the Select distribution list field. Select one and the addresses in the list will be used as […]

  • FAQ

    Installing 1. There is no setup.exe; how do I install the software? After downloading the .zip or .rar compressed file, extract sendblaster.msi, which is in Windows Installer format, and double-click it to start the setup process.       2. I double-clicked on sendblaster.msi but nothing happens You may need to install or update Windows Installer from […]

  • Win Vista – Logging in as an Administrator

    If you have multiple user accounts on your system, log-in as an Administrator user(in the screenshot, taken from Control Panel / User accounts, we can see our system has two users, “John” is an Administrator and “Robert” is a Standard user; we will then login as John) When you launch the setup, make sure you […]

  • Win Vista – Turning UAC on

    If you have multiple user accounts on your system, log-in as an Administrator user (in the screenshot, taken from Control Panel / User accounts, we can see our system has two users, "John" is an Administrator and "Robert" is a Standard user; we will then login as John) Press "Start" button then select "Control Panel" […]

  • How to use SMTP Profiles

    Sometimes those who manage a newsletter might use more than one Internet service provider (ISP). For example, in the workplace you may have two connections to the Internet: a primary and a "backup" one. Furthermore, when travelling you must use a different ISP than the usual. Each provider has different parameters for SMTP configuration, so […]

  • Troubleshooting network problems

    This tutorial will guide you through how troubleshoot the most common configuration errors (on your Pc or local network) that may prevent SendBlaster (as well as any other group mailing software) from sending any message. It is important to understand that this will help only in those situations when you cannot send even a single […]

  • Common SMTP servers config

    Each internet service provider usually offers its own smtp server. Here we show some common SMTP  services setup configurations: Adelphia: mail.adelphia.net Amaze.net.au: mail.amaze.net.au Ameritech DSL: smtp.ameritech.yahoo.com Atlantic Broadband: smtp.atlanticbb.net AOL: smtp.aol.com AT&T: mailhost.att.net AT&T Broadband: mail.attbi.com AT&T Global Dialup: smtp1.attglobal.net AT&T WorldNet: mailhost.worldnet.att.net Australink.net: mail.australink.net Bellatlantic: smtpout.verizon.net Bellatlantic.net: smtpout.bellatlantic.net Bell Canada: smtp10.bellnet.ca Bellsouth: mail.bellsouth.net Bluelight.com: […]

  • Use direct send or the SMTP server?

    The choice depends, first of all, on the availability of a good SMTP server. If your ISP SMTP server is able to handle a lot of messages in a fast sequence or even sending messages simultaneously, using an SMTP server is faster and more reliable, since your SMTP server is “closer” to your computer than […]

  • My emails are not delivered or are filtered out as spam

    Nowadays most mail servers have built-in antispam filters; they are quite smart, but sometimes they fail and delete (or mark as spam and redirect to some “spam” folder) perfectly legal messages; this is a common problem with Hotmail and other very popular free mail services. If you feel a lot of your messages are filtered […]