Archive for December, 2011

1and1Mail 3.26 has fixed another 2 bugs:

  • Create table error in non-English OS
  • List index out of bounds error

The complete 1and1Mail changelog can be viewed here.

After 30-day testing and receiving a few customer feedbacks, 1and1Mail is upgraded to version 3.24 and fixed a few bugs, especially in multi-threaded sending and multi account management.

Here are the details:

  • Added notification pop-ups when a task is ended
  • Bug fix: failed to send mass emails
  • Bug fix: account assignment error in multi-thread sending
  • Bug fix: failed to save account in new account group
  • Bug fix: failed to resend unfinsihed emails
  • Bug fix: HTML editor error in Win 7 64-bit
  • Bug fix: failed to display account assignment correctly in multi-thread sending

The complete 1and1Mail changelog can be viewed here.

Whether or not email marketing software can be installed and run on a thumb drive depends on the stability of the thumb drive. When the software is sending mass emails, it is usually reading and writing data to and from the thumb drive, although not very frequently. If something goes wrong with the thumb drive (access error, or the thumb drive is removed), the software may stop running and it may affect the email deliverability of your marketing campaign.

email marketing software on a thumb drive

Therefore, we suggest the following when you are running email marketing software on a thumb drive:

1. If the sending task can be finished within 30 minutes or the number of recipient is small, it is fine to run the software from a thumb drive. After all, the stability of the thumb drive is worse than hard disk, so it is better to keep the sending time short.

2. You can install the software on a thumb drive first, and copy the whole folder to the hard disk and run it from the hard disk. After sending out the email campaigns, you can copy the whole folder from the hard disk back to the thumb drive to ensure all data and records are stored in the same place.

Last but not least, if you are 1and1Mail Free Edition user, feel free to use the software anywhere you like. If you are 1and1Mail Personal and Business Edition user, 1 license only allows you to run the software on 1 PC.

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