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Rich Text Format

(RTF) An interchange format from Microsoft for exchange of documents between Word and other document preparation systems.
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Rich e-mail and mail merge features are provided" as well.
Newsletters arrive as a graphically rich e-mail with click-through links to articles of interest.
New features are on the horizon, including HTML rich e-mail and video message broadcasting.
MailShadowG safeguards business-critical functions that depend on rich e-mail.
Users have access to proven online marketing tools such as E-mail Manager, which enables users to send and track rich e-mail communications; Search Engine Manager, which lets user easily submit their Web site to more than 100 of the top search engines including Google, Alta Vista and Lycos; and E-Store Builder, a new class of store front creation tool which lets merchants and service-based companies sell products and services online without the need to learn complex applications.
As an outsourced solution for enhanced person-to-person corporate e-mail, FullSeven is positioned to quickly become one of the leading providers of rich e-mail technology platforms.
the only web-based debt referral service for the debt industry, announced today a partnership agreement with BizActions, LLC, the leading Internet provider of content rich e-mail communication, business planning and reminder systems designed to enhance and build relationships with a user's clients, customers, members or new business prospects.
These companies will use @Once's permission-based eMessaging platform to deliver targeted and graphically rich e-mail campaigns to customers.
Once Delivers Targeted, Rich E-mail and Respects Consumer Privacy
lt;p>Using Word to display rich e-mails in Outlook ensures that presentations, tables and charts created in Word by businesspeople will display properly when they are sent to co-workers using Outlook for e-mail, he said.
BrowserMedia won awards across several Interactive categories, including B2B HTML Based Websites, Consumer HTML Based Websites, Mini Sites, Multimedia CD/DVD, and Media Rich E-mails, as judged by a panel of top marketing executives from across the United States.