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    Make as many sequential letters as you need and send them sequentially at any interval. It's a great way of following up with clients who didn't make the sale.

     (Added: Sun Sep 03 2000 Hits: 702 Rating: 9.00 Votes: 8)


    Lots of Improvements, Mon Jun 10 2002
    6 of 45 people found the following review helpful:


    Reviewed By: Jason Silver
    FollowUp gets Major Overhaul

    The FollowUp script has been totally rewritten and is even better at what it does. It doesn't require CRON jobs, yet it can automatically send out unlimited lists, with unlimited letters- never needing your attention or maintenance. An extensive admin panel lets you add and edit lists and letters from any web browser.
    Great script!

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