Highly recommend MailChimp!
I have been using this website for the past year and I have not found a fault yet. All the requirements you need are met with the free version. I used most if not all the features and would be able to explain them in more detail if needed. Here are the features:
If you're looking for an email client that can handle a high volume of emails, then I would say Microsoft Outlook
Microsoft Outlook (Desktop not the web app)
Not a fork of Mozilla Thunderbird
Extremely Fast (The overall size of .pst and .ost files has a preconfigured limit of 50 GB. <- This can be increased too)
Always in ...
From the definition of munpack:
Unpack messages in MIME or split-uuencode format.
Munpack are utilities for encoding and decoding (respectively) binary files in MIME (Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions) format mail messages.
sudo apt-get install mpack
To extract the eml contents
I run this on my Ubuntu Linux server. It's awesome and I've always gotten great support.
Import subscribers with CSV
Yep, you can do this. I make fairly extensive use of this feature.
Export subscribers to CSV
Not sure what you mean - but if you mean that it can send email to multiple people with one click, yes. I ...
When looking for "complete packages", iRedMail and Kolab are the obvious "master candidates". I've investigated both of them for my own use, but like you found Kolab a bit "overkill" (especially as I wanted to run the stuff on a Banana Pi, and there's no official repo for ARM packages).
Both are pretty similar from their elements, and should match all of ...
"Forwarding" is not what you want to do. Neither you need a program to migrate all your messages.
Instead, simply set up a new account in your existing Thunderbird installation with your new email account credentials, then drag & drop all emails from your Thunderbird old account to the Thunderbird new email account.
Edit: if you're using Gmail as ...
This is one of the things Nagios is designed for. It can monitor just about any externally visible service (HTTP, IMAP, POP, MySQL, SSH etc) as well as any internal stuff on the server (disk use, system load, number of processes) via what's called NRPE. It will send emails on service problems, optionally with constraints (don't email Joe outside working ...
What you're looking for falls under the category of monitoring software.
I've used mon for that. Now I'm not an expert, so I can't really say how it compares to the many other monitoring tools out there, but based on your description it should work well for you.
Tool we can install in our web servers → apt-get install mon or yum install mon or whatever it ...
I'd recommend you K-9 Mail, available for free at Google Play, Aptoide, and F-Droid (which shows it's FOSS):
Supports multiple accounts: Yes (I'm using it with 3 different accounts currently)
Multiple "From" addresses per account: Yes, it's called "Aliases". I didn't use that yet on K-9, so I cannot tell how well it works concerning "no default" and "auto-...
I suggest you have a look at mutt. It's a text-based mail reader by design, which when coupled with a text editor, a sorting mail delivery agent and in past versions a mail transfer agent (for both sending and receiving mail) forms a highly versatile mail client.
I want to keep every list in its own folder (or whichever concept the new client ...
I use Claws Mail for both my regular E-Mail and my Mailinglists as well.
As you can see in the following image it allows horizontal scrolling:
This image also shows the embedded body viewer on the bottom right. If you (like me) prefer to have your messages open in a separate window: Thats not a problem and works out of the box by double clicking them.
Here are the results of my personal research.
KMail: Very good support
Freetext from field
Multiple fixed identities can be created with one primary and associated emails
When replying to a mail it will select the identity that has the receiver email associated and send from the primary email of that identity
Custom sent folder can be set for each ...
Since your question seems to be OK with web based: Gmail. Create one shared account everyone can use for support.
GMail lets you view emails from 2 accounts simultaneously, one personal one support.
You read and answer emails using shared account
You can tag using either stars; OR using labels (including per-planned-answerer labels).
Can answer right from ...
You could use the free version of reachmail which allows you to send 15.000 emails/month.
Analytic - This gives a wide rand of views/charts on what was clicked/opened within an email broadcast
I think you might be looking for pyzmail - from the examples:
recipients=[(u'Him', 'email@example.com'), 'firstname.lastname@example.org']
text_content=u'Bonjour aux Fran\xe7ais'
payload, mail_from, rcpt_to, msg_id=pyzmail.compose_mail(\
I also did a search for this kind of software. The full Craigslist solution is of course auto-enrolling you, so you don't need to create an account anywhere, messages are just in the anonymised system by default. That seems a bit hard to do for a SaaS.
http://33mail.com seems most feature-complete.
+ It has a crippled free ad-supported version, but - not ...
I'm using phplist, a self-host Free Software mailing program. (They also offer a hosted service on a freemium model.)
To address your requirements:
It's designed for sending individual mass mails, it organises the subscribers in several lists, you can use a graphical editor for creating your (HTML) mails, it provides analytics such that you can see the ...
Subscribe2 does what you are looking for.
Subscribe2 provides a comprehensive subscription management and email
notification system for WordPress blogs that sends email notifications
to a list of subscribers when you publish new content to your blog.
Email Notifications can be sent on a per-post basis or periodically in
a Digest email. ...
I have been using Dada Mail for this. It's not exactly what you want, but it's close, and you can extend it to meet your requirements fully.
Here is a breakdown of how it meets your requirements, and where it falls short:
Creation and distribution of marketing emails
personalised content per email - Dada Mail calls this "Subscriber Profiles"
I use Monit for that, it's free, open source (AGPL) and a Debian package available.
Daemon mode - poll programs at a specified interval
Monitoring modes - active, passive or manual
Start, stop and restart of programs
Group and manage groups of programs
Process dependency definition
Logging to syslog or own logfile
Configuration - comprehensive ...
Since you are specific to GMail I found a specific to GMail description here but it would work regardless of your email client:
Sign up to IFTTT - it is free.
Click the Create button at the top to start building a recipe. Choose Feed as the trigger channel then pick New feed item. Enter your RSS link — such as http://status.aws.amazon.com/rss/appstream-us-...
I can recommend Thunderbird.
cross-platform (GNU/Linux, Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows),
Free/Libre Open Source,
email client from Mozilla.
Managing multiple accounts is easy and works great. Each account has its own settings, and each account can have several identities/aliases (each with its own email address, ...
Try out webmin and see if it is what you need. Postfix is under the server tab. It offers a lot more tools also.
Linux web app YES I use it that way all the time
Works with postfix YES see picture
Shows settings in an organized way. YES see picture
If you don't click save the settings won't be saved.
It is incomplete in ...
I took a kinda-working script from here and modified it to fit your needs.
You have to install Python 2.7 for the script to run. When installing Python make sure to select Add python.exe to Path.
Anyways you save the script as [whatever name you want].py and put in the same folder as all your .eml files. Now just open the script. That's it.
It will create ...
I think that the well-known Thunderbird is a good solution for these requirements. Thunderbird is Free Open-Source Software and available for Windows, OS X, Linux, BSD etc.
One-click or shortcut key "Archive" action that places the email in an Archive folder, unless if sent to my personal domain, in which case it should place it in a folder based ...
Self hosting solution (cheap and configurable, but you take up the risks and responsibilities of securing it):
Create a single index.php file and host it on a PHP server
$to = $_POST['email'];
$from = "email@example.com";
$name = $_POST['name'];
$subject = "Sample Subject";
$message = $name . "...