AY Mail 2. Any Edition
By default, AY Mail sends through your SMTP server. When
you install AY Mail, the installer tries to extract the
name of the SMTP server from your mail software, so in
most cases you do not need to worry about the name of
the SMTP server to use.
AY Mail supports an array of features for the SMTP servers,
such as alternate ports, authentication, SSL and TLS connections.
However, AY Mail does not require SMTP server to send email,
and you can send directly from your computer.
See also Email Transport Overview.
Reliability of Sending Process
AY Mail does its best to make sending as safe and reliable
as possible. AY Mail uses several techniques:
1. AY Mail keeps track of every recipient. Even in case of
computer crash, this information will be up to date, so that
you can easily resume your sending.
2. AY Mail detects typical situations, such as limit on the
number of recipients imposed by your SMTP server, and tries to
bypass them, if possible.
3. Once the sending has started, and several recipients came
through, AY Mail switches to non-stop mode, and continues sending
no matter how long it takes. Thus, AY Mail will not stop if
the Internet connection, or SMTP server goes down, and it will
continue operations as soon as the server is up again.
AY Mail 2 Professional and Corporate Editions let you schedule
your messages, so they get sent when you want them, even though
you may be away from your computer.
You can schedule multiple sendings, and you can constrict
your mailings to specified hours or days of week, so that mailings
will not overload your network in peak hours.
If something went wrong during the mailing, you can resend
your message to failed recipients. You can also resend the message
to the recipients who have been added to the list after the
original message was sent.
AY Mail Home Edition only allows to re-send the last
message sent from the project.
AY Mail Professional or Corporate Edition allows to re-send any
of the previously sent messages.
How to re-send an old message