NotesMail Press Release: Print Merge Reporter 5.57 for IBM Lotus Notes - notesmail.com
NOTESMAIL OFFERS EMAIL BLASTS, MAIL MERGING, BARCODING, PRINTING AND REPORTING FOR IBM LOTUS NOTES AND DOMINO
With Print Merge Reporter 5.57 Release Version, Enhancements to Email Blasts Simplifies and Automates Correspondence With Customers and Employees
New York, NY – March 12, 2012 – NotesMail, provider of IBM Lotus Notes and Domino solutions and add-on tools, now offers enhanced email mail merge functionality for IBM Lotus Notes and Domino. Print Merge Reporter allows the Lotus Domino mail system or stand-alone Lotus Notes client to send email blasts such as invoices, billing statements, newsletters, product alerts, corporate news, etc. to your customers and employees. Email blasts can be configured to include personalized salutations, mail merge data into the Subject and Body, and dynamically merge unique attachments. The tool allows you to send email blasts to selected customer email contacts maintained in your Lotus Notes Contacts, Lotus Notes application database or spreadsheet. For example, it will send one email per contact which is addressed in the "To" field, so if you have 1,000 contacts then 1,000 individual emails will be sent. It supports personalizing the salutation of the email such as "Dear Mr. Smith,". The email blast can be sent immediately or scheduled daily, weekly, monthly with optional load balancing functionality. Customer contacts stored in non-Domino systems such as IBM DB2, Oracle Database, Microsoft SQL, Microsoft Access, etc. can be imported into Print Merge Reporter if initially exported to Excel spreadsheet format. In addition to email blasts, Print Merge Reporter supports mail merge printing, barcoding, reporting and charting functionality as it has done since it’s inception.
Print Merge Reporter can be configured to run on the server-side or stand-alone Lotus Notes client and is easy to deploy since essentially a Lotus Notes database application. More information on Print Merge Reporter is available by going to the NotesMail Website or calling 212-599-2048 x4.
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