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Have an abstract on the most asked questions about Mailmeteor's features
We have several tutorials to help you get started as well as how to use advanced features:
In case you have multiple columns containing emails in your spreadsheet, you might wonder how to change which column is used to send emails with Mailmeteor.
Mailmeteor uses the column named "Email" or containing emails that is farther on the left of your spreadsheet.
In our example, the spreadsheet has 3 columns with emails inside. Mailmeteor will use column C.
If you want to change the emailing column, just switch their order. For example, by switching column C and D:
Sure you can! Each campaign that you send will add a "merge status" column within the sheet. So you can send as many campaigns to the same contacts list (or segment your sheet). Pro tip: flip through the tracking report to watch which campaign ranks the best.
You can hide rows or filter your spreadsheet in order to select which recipients will receive your next email campaign. It's a convenient way to avoid re-sending emails to people that already got your previous communication.
Adding CC or BCC recipients is pretty easy. All you need is to create a column named "cc" or "bcc" in your spreadsheet, then insert emails inside this column. Read our guide on how to insert CC or BCC recipients in your mail merge.
Here a quick list of the top features that Mailmeteor provides:
You can enjoy Mailmeteor for free with up to 50 emails a day. It’s more free email quota compared to what you can find in other mail merge solutions. We don't offer a free trial for the real-time tracking and other premium features in order to keep accounts safe and prevent spam.
If you represent a non profit organization, please contact us so that we can offer you a plan tailored to your budget and needs.
Sure! If you need more than 50 users, get in touch with our sales and we’ll get back to you under 24h. Maillmeteor scales with your organization. For example, our largest customer has 100,000 employees using Mailmeteor.