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Old 03-01-2012, 03:09 AM
esco esco is offline is there anyway to send 8000 emil adress by 100? Windows 7 32bit is there anyway to send 8000 emil adress by 100? Office 2010 32bit
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I have 8000 email adress outlook. is there any macros to send auto 8000 email adress in one time but it should be max 100 by 100? it takes too much time to choose 100 to other 100
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Gerreth Gerreth is offline is there anyway to send 8000 emil adress by 100? Windows 7 32bit is there anyway to send 8000 emil adress by 100? Office 2010 32bit
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Check sendblaster.
Be carefull because using such programs, will look bad on spamfilters
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esco esco is offline is there anyway to send 8000 emil adress by 100? Windows 7 32bit is there anyway to send 8000 emil adress by 100? Office 2010 32bit
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outlook can makes macros or something?
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