Do you sometimes send an email to a number of people but would like to have each of your recipients only see their name, and not have to use bcc? Do you sometimes send an email to more recipients at one time than your Internet Service Provider (ISP) will allow and have to break the group up into multiple emails? Would you like to send sensitive emails out but not have to disclose the email addresses of all recipients? Do you use the PC version of Microsoft Outlook?
If you answered yes to any of the first three questions and yes to the fourth there is a solution. That solution is Send Individually by Sperry Software. I have been using the product now for about one year and have been totally satisfied. In addition to solving the above mentioned issues, there are other features that you might find helpful, such as being able to insert; first and last name, company name and it has a columns function. The product cost $49.95 but Sperry offers a 14 day free trial and can be found at http://www.sperrysoftware.com/Outlook/Send-Individually.asp?gclid=CPyCjrf-pKwCFQRShwod8VlA_A. So if you would like to have more control over how you send emails, you might want to give Send Individually a try. By the way, Sperry has a number of other add-ins for Microsoft Outlook that you might find helpful and are detailed on their website.