Sender Policy Framework (SPF) records let you specify which servers are permitted to send email on behalf of your domain (i.e. using email@example.com“From” address). If you’re using Relenta mail.relenta.net SMTP server to send email from your Relenta account, we strongly encourage you to publish SPF records for your domain. This way your recipient’s servers or ISP will be able…
Our Refer a Friend Program allows you to earn some extra credit and enjoy the benefits of Relenta just a little longer. Here is how the program works: Tell your friends about Relenta Ask them to reach out to us and mention you as a referrer We’ll help your friends sign up for Relenta If they sign…
This is a setting that you can enable to stop a contact from receiving any future mass email messages. You can still send a personal 1-on-1 email.
Use merge tags to personalize your messages. For example, the merge tags [FIRST] [LAST] will be replaced with John Smith.
You must include an unsubscribe link only in emails that are obviously not personal 1-on-1 messages, such as monthly newsletters or generic autoresponders.
Relenta’s email marketing features are organized by groups of contacts to ensure the most relevant and personal experience for your recipients.
Autoresponders are a series of email templates sent out to contacts over a specified period of time with a set delay.
You can send an email that appears perfectly personal to any group of contacts with a single click.
Takes a single click to export your calendar for archiving purposes, or to import the data into another application.
Configure your views so you only see the events that you need. All users have their own calendar filter settings to ensure the most productive experience.
Keep your internal conversations linked to calendar events and tasks. This lets you avoid endless email CC loops.
Keep your database of activities neatly organized with tags that you can create on the fly.