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What does E-mail Sender do?
How fast can E-mail Sender run ?
What's the difference between MX and SMTP server modes?
How to determine Local DNS server address?
Does E-mail Sender support to send HTML message?
Does E-mail Sender support to send attachment?
I have imported the image files of the HTML file, why I still can't see the image in the received email?
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What does E-mail Sender do?
E-mail Sender is a popular mailer solution for e-marketing. It has been developed on the basis of other e-mail sending software, integrating their strengths but giving up their weaknesses. It can help you to send bulk e-mails at the rate of over 1,000 e-mails per minute.

How fast can E-mail Sender run?
It employs multiple threads to send e-mails, and the sending speed can reach a rate of over 1,000 e-mails per minute.

What's the difference between MX and SMTP server modes?
There are two modes to send e-mail, MX mode and SMTP server mode. SMTP server mode simply means that you have to specify an e-mail server that your e-mail is going to be "Relayed" through. In MX mode, E-mail sender sends without SMTP server, bypasses your ISP's mail server (if relaying is on and ISP's outgoing port no. 25 is open), automatically looks up recipient's e-mail exchange server and sends e-mail directly to recipients. E-mail Sender sends your e-mail with MX mode by default.

How to determine Local DNS server address?
Generally, E-mail Sender can sniff local DNS server automatically. In case it fails, you can specify the DNS server manually.  

(A) For Windows 95/98/ME users: Click Start->Run-> Input 'WinIpcfg' and press Enter key. You can see the present TCP/IP information from where you can find DNS server address. It will be a valid IP address like '123.12.11.111'.

(B) For Windows 2000/XP users: Click Start->Run-> Input 'CMD' and press Enter key. Now you come into DOS mode. Input 'ipconfig' and press Enter key. You can see the present TCP/IP information from where you can find DNS server address. It will be a valid IP address like '123.12.11.111'.
Other DNS server: If you find the success rate unacceptably low, you might change the DNS server. Big ISP's always have powerful DNS servers. Write a mail to them for the DNS server IP address or use some software to sniff them yourself.

Does E-mail Sender support sending HTML messages?
Yes, it supports.

Does E-mail Sender support sending attachments?
Yes, it supports attachments of any format.

I have imported the image files of the HTML file, why I still can't see the image in the received email?
Please make sure that your image files and the HTML file are all in the same level directory before they are imported. That is, your image files can't be placed in a sub directory such as 'images/' etc relative to your HTML file.