AutoMSW supports "recipient specific messages" as well as "global messages". Global messages are specified on the main user interface in terms of a Text and optional HTML file to be sent to all recipients, unless a recipient specific message is defined in your mailing list. If a recipient specific message is defined in your mailing list, that recipient will be sent a message using the specified Text/HTML files. If no recipient specific message is defined, then the global messages will be used.
Global messages are specified on the main user interface, and are sent to all recipients, unless a recipient has a recipient specific message defined in the mailing list. Only one set of Text/HTML message files are used for a given recipient.
Recipient Specific Messages:
Recipient specific messages are specified in your mailing list, so you can send a different message to each recipient. Use this method when each recipient needs to receive a significantly different message. If only small customizations need to be made for each recipient, use mail merge instead of recipient specific messages. You can use both mail merge and recipient specific messages at the same time. To create a recipient specific message, create fields in your mailing list called TextBody and HTMLBody. You can use either none, one, or both of these fields. An example mailing list with recipient specific messages is shown below:
This example uses the fields TextBody and HTMLBody to specify recipient specific messages. If a particular recipient does not need to use recipient specific messages, leave these fields empty for this recipient. When these fields are left blank, that recipient will receive the global messages. This is shown in the above example, where Martha does not have anything specified for TextBody or HTMLBody, so in this case, Martha will be sent a message using the specified global messages. The Fred and Mary examples demonstrate how you can use only 1 of the recipient specific messages. When only 1 of the message types is specified, the global message will be used for the un-specified message type. The Mark example demonstrates specifying both a text and HTML recipient specific message. If a recipient specific message is specified in your mailing list and AutoMSW cannot open this file for reading, the email to that recipient will fail, and this recipient will be placed in the failed logs. The recipient specific message fields should specify the full path and filename of the message to send.
Recipient Specific Attachments