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Copia Launches e-Blaster

Copia International Ltd. released e-Blaster, a volume e-mail delivery system.

e-Blaster's "smart retry" technology prevents undeliverable e-mail returns by verifying that the recipient exists on the destination mail server before it ever sends the e-mail message. The sender may also specify a fax or voice number for delivery of a message if the e-mail cannot be delivered. An alternate e-mail address can also be given for fax and voice messages.

Transactions logging and reporting features provide the sender with a complete history of each broadcast. e-Blaster also does macro substitution within the e-mail message to allow insertion of merge data fields in the message. Messages can include plain text and HTML as well as attachments.

Contact Copia, (630) 778-8898, www.copia.com.

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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