WrapMail

WrapMail
Startup/business
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States United States
http://www.wrapmail.com
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+ SMALL BUSINESS- BIG SOLUTIONS
* Shared server (emails processed by WrapMail server)
* WrapMail becomes your SMTP (outgoing) server
* Ability to use current domain - emails still come from you.
* Create unlimited number of Wraps
* Custom design options
* Instant Click Alerts™
* Access to customer control panel
* Limited reporting output
* Limited customer support
* Unlimited processed emails
* Delivery Assurance Program

+ ENTERPRISE EDITION
Includes the above features PLUS these upgrades:
* Dedicated internal server
* Software installed onto your WrapServer™ inside your firewall
* Extended customer support
* Extended reporting output

+ COST
* FREE! Custom Wraps by our in-house designers are $150 each – use of shells in the WrapMaker™ is FREE. Enterprise customers are subject to license fees(dedicated WrapServer™ is required) inquire to sales@wrapmailinc.com

+ How it works?
Step 1: CREATE AN ACCOUNT
Click on Sign Up button (located in the left navigation bar). Use your referral code to create your account. Click Here if you do not have a referral code.
Step 2: CREATE YOUR WRAPS
Once you have created your account you will have access to your own control panel and the WrapMaker™. Once there, pick a shell and begin adding your images and links. Create as many Wraps as you like. Every employee or department can have a different Wrap.
Step 3: SET RULES FOR USERS
Within your control panel you can manage all of your Wraps and set usage rules for users.
Step 4: CHANGE EMAIL SETTINGS
After you have created your first wrap then simply change the outgoing server in your email client or forward your mail server to the WrapServer™. Instructions are found in the CCP. This is the only change that has to be made.
Step 5: SEND WRAPPED EMAILS & MANAGE REPORTS

Access your control panel where you can manage reports which include:
* Number of wrapped emails sent
* Who clicked
* When they clicked
* What they clicked on

Reports can be sorted by:
* Elements within the wrap
* Sender (or department)
* Receiver