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Features of Caliban Mailer 2.30

  • An easy to use, compact user interface.
  • Customizable letter templates, in either plain text or HTML.
  • A practically unlimited number of recipients, mailing lists and letter templates (stored in a standard Microsoft Access MDB database file).
  • Keyword substitution allows you to personalize each message.
  • Powerful address book manager with multiple mailing lists.
  • Email delivery happens in the background.
  • Dial-Up Networking support allows you to automatically connect to your ISP, send messages, then hang up.
  • MIME compliant messages with unlimited attachments.
  • Multiple signatures.
  • Import email addresses from the Windows Address Book, a "flat" text file or a Web page.
  • Context sensitive help.
  • All RAS (dial-up networking) connection and SMTP (email transfer) commands can be logged to assist in troubleshooting.
  • Easy to install and setup.  Complete uninstall is available via the Windows Control Panel.
  • Caliban Mailer is a native 32-bit application for Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7.
  • Caliban Mailer meets the complete specifications for MIME (RFC 1521 and RFC 1522) and SMTP (RFC 821).
  • A Subscription Manager for automatic addition and removal of email addresses. With this feature, Caliban Mailer will process Subscribe/Add and Unsubscribe/Remove requests.
  • Keywords for automatic text substitutions.
  • A "wizard" to help configure Caliban Mailer at start-up.
  • Scheduled email deliveries, including an interface with the Microsoft Task Scheduler.
  • Caliban Mailer 2.30 does not contain any form of "adware" or "spyware".
  • PAD file information.

System Requirements

  • Microsoft Windows XP, Vista or Windows 7. (Windows 95/98/Me users click here.)
  • For best results, Caliban Computing recommends that you install Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0 or later. Note that you do not have to use Internet Explorer as your default browser for Caliban Mailer to operate. Caliban Mailer simply makes use of the system features provided with Internet Explorer.
  • An Internet email account with an Internet Service Provider or corporate LAN.
  • A dial-up networking or LAN connection (cable, DSL, etc.) to the Internet.