EmailBee works with multiple Google accounts. If you have installed the EmailBee addin for Chrome, you will be prompted to activate each email account the first time you open it. When you activate the account you will be presented with a confirmation of the account you wish to use: If you select a […]
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To uninstall the EmailBee Chrome extension, in Chrome, go to Settings (at the right of the address bar) and click on Settings. Once on Settings, select ‘Extensions from the left hand side. On the Extensions screen select the trashcan next to the EmailBee extension. (see screenshots below).
You can install the EmailBee extension from the Chrome store here. Once installed, just refresh your gmail tab in Chrome and the EmailBee toolbar will appear and you can start adding footers. If your email is not associated with an EmailBee account then you will be prompted to create an account with EmailBee.
Currently there are EmailBee add-ins for Outlook 2013 and 2010 (for Windows). We aim to have EmailBee work for Outlook 2007 shortly. EmailBee does not work on Outlook for Mac. EmailBee has been tested to work with Windows 8 or Windows 7 Operating systems. You can see what Operating System you are using by going […]
Yes, you can. If you manage multiple email addresses from the same Outlook client then you can have a different EmailBee account working with each email address. Please note that, if you open or reply to a message from one email account and then change the ‘from’ to another email account that you manage, then […]
You can uninstall EmailBee from your computer by clicking on ‘Control Panel’ and then ‘Programs > uninstall a program’. Double click on EmailBee and the EmailBee software will be uninstalled.
Yes – EmailBee works with any browser. The only difference is that we have only built an add in for Chrome – so you won’t be able to access EmailBee features from within your email. You’ll need to log in directly at emailbee.com instead. You’ll still be able to run mail merges, create templates and […]
Need to quickly run a mail merge in Gmail? Here’s how to do it with EmailBee.
Never mind segmentation, automation, social media connectivity. Get the basics right. And the most crucial thing of all?
It’s no longer a numbers game. For too long email marketing has meant newsletters.
Every sign in page on EmailBee gives you the option to log in using your Google account: You will then be taken through the usual Google sign in process if, for example, you have multiple accounts. If you access EmailBee directly from an add in you will automatically be logged into the correct account:
EmailBee works with most email providers by either using SMTP to send mail merges or by using your Google sign in. In addition, we provide add-ins for the following email set ups: Gmail (personal and business) using a Chrome browser. Outlook 2013 for Windows Outlook 2010 for Windows The add-ins aren’t required. But they provide links and […]
Start a mail merge by clicking on the new mail merge button on your mailbox page: This opens the email editor page where you can create your email by either of: Writing an email from scratch. Copying and pasting html content into the message section Using one of your saved templates You can also add custom fields for your […]
In email marketing, the path to the personal inbox is protected by 7 faithful and dangerous guards. You must fully master each of them to gain access:
I’m still amazed at how many organizations fail to include an unsubscribe message in their commercial emails. It’s just crazy – unsubscribe is your best friend:
EmailBee’s latest release allows you to send personalised emails quickly and easily. Helping you to build quality relationships with your contacts. New features include mail merge, saved templates, customer intelligence and unsubscribe management.
We are taking a big leap forwards with our updated footers that are part of the new EmailBee. Previously users could only add a “snippet” as a footer. Like this: Now our template editor allows you to easily use text, images and multiple snippets to create your own unique signature or footer.
Over the last 9 months we’ve been burning the midnight oil to build EmailBee v2. It’s nearly ready and we are very, very excited. Not only have we made our footer and signature editor way more flexible, we’ve now added the ability to create, send and track marketing emails: Here’s a sneak preview of some […]