|FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Infinisys Releases Update for Mail Magic 2 Macintosh
TAIHAKU-KU, Sendai, Japan, February 10, 2003 - Infinisys, Ltd.
(http://en.infinisys.co.jp) today released an update to Mail Magic 2 for Macintosh (http://en.infinisys.co.jp/product/mail_magic), an
HTML email program that allows anyone to easily create and send out HTML mail greeting cards and personal newsletters. Price for the download version is $18-00. A fully functional demonstration version can be downloaded free of charge.
The update fixes a bug that caused the program to crash after sending mail when using OS 10.3.2 and also fixes a screen redraw problem that occurred on some systems when previewing HTML mail. The new version also comes with new easy to follow instructions for creating your own original HTML templates. Users of the current version can download the update for free.
Featuring an HTML wizard that enables anyone to send their own
original HTML mail, Mail Magic includes over 100 greeting card templates for a variety of occasions such as Christmas, Birthdays, St. Valentine's Day etc. Messages can be customized with information from up to 10 data base fields-including name, style of greeting, and special messages. Users can also use the program to create, customize and send plain-text emails. All messages can be previewed before sending.
Along with the HTML functions, Mail Magic's convenient data base feature allows users to import data from other programs such as Outlook Express, or create multiple data bases. The data base also includes data editing and sorting functions as well as a data check function to avoid duplicate mailings.
"In this age of the Internet, more and more people are communicating almost exclusively by e-mail, even with friends and relations. Mail Magic makes it easy to do away with snail mail entirely and still send attractive greeting cards," said Dennis Heazle, president of Infinisys.
Infinisys, Ltd. is a Japanese company with over ten years' experience
in developing and localizing Macintosh and Windows software for the
Japanese market. The company's future plans include releasing English versions of many of its products.