Name: Direct Mail
Mac Platform: Intel
OS version: 10.7.4 or higher
Fixed a bug that was preventing the Direct Mail logo from being correctly inserted into the footer of outgoing email campaigns. If you do not want this logo to appear in your email campaigns, you can turn it off in the Preferences window under the Messages tab.
When importing .tab files, the correct field and record separators are now chosen automatically
Improved support for importing and exporting HTML that includes Microsoft-style conditional comments
Fix a bug with the file content preview window when importing addresses from CSV files or Google Sheets
Improved the automatic CSS inliner to preserve custom style attributes set on the body element
MacBook Pros with discrete graphics cards now default using to power-saving integrated graphics instead
When creating a new Direct Mail account, the user is now given the option to automatically save their new password in the OS X Keychain
Added a user preference to disable the opening of the most recently used project
"Automatic" text encoding now yields better results
Fixed animation issues in the "Map" section of campaign reports
Fixed user interface issues in the design test window
Additional bug fixes and improvements.
Courtesy of The Shark.
Direct Mail--an easy-to-use, fully-featured email marketing app purpose-built for OS X--lets you create and send great looking email campaigns. Start your newsletter by selecting from a gallery of professionally-designed templates, then customize to your heart’s content. Design Tests let you see how your email looks in a wide variety of email clients, including live mobile previews sent to your iPhone or iPad.
You’ll love not having to hassle with a slow, clunky, web-based editor. When you’re ready to send, rely on Direct Mail’s built-in email service (Only if you pay for it) to deliver your message in a flash. Campaign reports show you a clear summary of opens, clicks, and more. Grow your mailing list by creating customizable subscribe forms and publish them to your website or Facebook.
More info: http://directmailmac.com/
Mac App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/direct-mail/id500040344?mt=12