The Bottom Line
- Karen's E-Mailer sends preset emails flexibly
- Can send through SMTP or via your email client
- Karen's E-Mailer lacks a comfortable editor
- No address book
- Can't personalize messages using variables
- Karen's E-Mailer II is a command line mailer with a graphical interface to construct messages.
- E-Mailer II can create a shortcut icon on the Desktop. Double-clicking sends the pre-defined email.
- Preset messages can also be sent from scripts, programs, scheduled jobs or the command line.
- E-Mailer II sends either directly via SMTP or by using a MAPI-compliant email client.
- Karen's E-Mailer II supports Windows 9x/ME/NT/2000/XP/Vista.
Guide Review - Karen's E-Mailer II 1.3
It's easy to set up messages in E-Mailer (though the message editor isn't comfortable and lends itself only to very simple emails), and it's even easier to send them. You can create a shortcut on the Desktop which will immediately deliver the message, or send a particular preset from any script or program.
If you use E-Mailer's MAPI connectivity to send the messages through your email client you can even keep a copy of all outgoing mail.
Unfortunately, E-Mailer II lacks advanced features. Particularly, mail customization variables would be useful.