Mailing

A mailing list need to be approved before it can be released for distribution. This means one user can design and write news letter but if he or she does not have the email administrator privilege, someone with that privilege need to approve the message for release. To approve newsletters requires the following user privileges: […]

This lesson shows how to add subscribers to your mailing list using the information recorded behind your contacts in Peppercan. You can use the Advanced Search function to add to an existing mailing list or create a new mailing list, based on the filtered search results in Advanced Search. Three useful grouping options for contacts […]

This lessons shows how to add subscribers to an existing mailing list using advanced search. Peppercan takes care that same email address is not added more than once to a one mailing list. Adding names using advanced search requires the following user privilege: – Regular emailer user or higher Open Advanced Search Go to Contacts […]

How do I upload and link files to my newsletters?

January 24, 2011 Mailing

This lesson shows you how you can upload files to Peppercan and then link them to your newsletter. Clicking this link your newsletter recipients can download the linked file to their own computer. To edit mailing list messages requires the following user privileges: – Regular email user OR – Emailer administrator OR – Email designer […]

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How do I create links to internet pages in my newsletter?

January 24, 2011 Mailing

This lesson shows you how you can add links to relevant internet pages in your news letter. To edit mailing list messages requires the following user privileges: – Regular email user OR – Emailer administrator OR – Email designer First open up the mailing list To add a link into an email for recipients to […]

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Do Not Email -function

January 10, 2011 Contacts

Sometimes a contact you have does not want to be ever added into a direct emailing list and contacted that way. To make sure a contact never is sent such emails then, you can take benefit of the Peppercan’s “Exclude from mailing lists” function available both to normal contacts as well as external contacts. To […]

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Sending a newsletter – automatic newsletters and scheduled newsletters

December 27, 2010 Mailing

This lesson explains the two options you have for sending newsletter to recipients: automatic newsletters sent to subscribers automatically after X days have been subscribers and newsletters sent on a certain calendar date to all subscribers. To schedule and approve newsletters requires the following user privileges: – Regular emailer user to schedule AND Emailer administrator […]

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Mailing list language and automatic unsubscribe and view on the web buttons

December 21, 2010 Mailing

Peppercan adds automatically for your convenience automatic link to view your message in web and link to unsubscribe. This is how you select the language for your mailing list and select in which language the unsubscribe and view in the web buttons in your emails are shown to your recipients. To change the language you […]

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How to use mailing templates

December 20, 2010 Mailing

This lesson shows you how to use mailing templates. To use templates in mailing lists requires the following user privileges: – Regular emailer user OR – Email administrator Select a mailing list Templates are used when creating new messages for a mailing list. To use template, select a mailing list to create new message for. […]

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How to duplicate a mailing template

December 17, 2010 Mailing

This lesson shows you how you can duplicate a mailing template. To edit templates requires the following user privileges: – Email designer Open Templates Select Mailing –> Templates (1). Select Template to Duplicate Click “edit this template” to select a template you want to duplicate (1). Select the template code Click “Source” to view the […]

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