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FMStudio Email is a powerful module that enables you to quickly and easily send emails from your FileMaker web solution without writing any PHP code. FMStudio Email is powerful yet very simple to use.

http://www.fmwebschool.com/fmstudio_email.php

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Send Emails from an Opt-In mailing list

Send Emails from FileMaker tables

Send Emails with attachments

Send Complex HTML emails

Simply Install the new FMStudio Module, and you will be ready to begin sending emails in minutes.

Watch FMStudio Email in action as I send multiple emails from a FileMaker table, Send a PDF attachment inserted into a container field and then send a complex HTML email. http://www.fmwebschool.com/email_mod/email_mod.html

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