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I run a small business that publishes a newsletter. I have over a thousand people that receive my emails. Trouble is, my ISP only allows me to send less than 100 emails at a time and limits the total number in a day. Is there an email tool I can add to my machine that allows me to bypass the ISP email server for sending, but does not require me to give up my Outlook connection for receiving? Can I run it in parallel and still maintain my Outlook to ISP connections and email address? I only want to use this program to send out my newsletter in bulk.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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