|Updated||Feb 17th 2018|
|Crack Size||5.4 MB|
News, entertainment and advertising are an important part of the Internet, leaving TV and radio in the dust. Info travels especially via emails, which is a neat way to organize meetings or simply spread the news on hot topics. In this regard, Atomic List Manager gives you the possibility to gather up emails from different sources and organize them in lists to be used to your advantage.
The application wants to demonstrate it means business right from the start, making a proper impression as soon as you launch it. Accommodation is the least of your worries, designed on the popular office suite layout that provides enough editing space and quick access to all functions through the intuitive ribbon menus.
Beginners and experienced users alike are welcome to try it out. Multiple methods can be used to fill in lists, either by importing from external services and applications, or manually adding each entry, but neither of them being difficult. This is because even the latter method only requires you to write down the address and a corresponding name for easy identification.
Import options benefit from a decent variety of choices. If you happen to have an existing list under a different file format, you might try your luck because there's a high chance you find the appropriate format amongst TXT, CSV, XLS, XML, DOC, DB or HTML.
Depending on the type of environment the application is used in, you can use related programs as sources for email lists. As such, you can easily import from Aromic Email Hunter, Newsgroup Explorer or Whois Explorer, providing even more flexibility.
Most effort is dedicated to gathering emails and distributing them, because there isn't much to do or handle once these are organized. Operations put at your disposal are lightweight, with functions to shuffle entries, sort according to various criteria, or quickly find important ones with an integrated search engine.
You can even create groups, which are displayed in a side panel and can be accessed at the press of a button. In addition, the application lets you split, merge or extract emails from groups according to several specifications, which makes arrangement more efficient.
Amongst the last things you need and can to is decide what good comes of lists you create. If it's the first time you use the app, you might as well take the wizard for a guided export process, or simply select from options put at your disposal. You can save lists to most external formats available for import, or link them to Atomic Mail Verifier or Mail Sender for further processing and final distribution.
Bottom line is that Atomic List Manager Crack isn't much as a standalone application, but it sure is a proper intermediate between email sources and processing utilities. This is thanks to an impressive array import/export options. You quickly figure your way around, with simplicity helping in this regard, while most options and functions are fitted with helpful tooltips for more comfort. It lives up to expectations overall and deserves at least a try.