Knowledge Base Glossary   
Search  
      Browse by Category
Knowledge Base .: Template Editor .: How To Use Our Template Editor

How To Use Our Template Editor

Creating an e-mail message using our service is a simple process. Familiarize yourself with our sending guidelines. If you send a message that does not conform to our terms of service it will be rejected. The guidelines can be found here:

Why Was My Email Rejected

The following steps will guide you through creating your first email message:

1) Click on "Compose an E-mail"

2) Select how you would like to design your message. You can use one of our pre-designed templates or create your own layout from scratch. For the purposes of this guide we're going to select "Build it Yourself." Once you make your selection click "Continue."

 

3) Now select a template. Note that the the template are spread across multiple pages.



4) Now you get to actually build your email. The editor works a lot like any office application. You may want to view the articles below that cover how to do some specific tasks in our editor:

How to Insert an Image
How to Add/Remove Content Blocks
How to Create a Link




5)
After creating the HTML version of the message scroll to the bottom of the screen. Check the box indicating that you have placed your full physical mailing address in the message. Then click "Continue"

 

6) Create the plain text version of the message. This is important because some recipients cannot receive HTML messages. Try to keep your text to the left of the text stating "Maximum Width"

 

7) Once again agree that you've placed your full mailing address in the message and then click "Continue."

 

7) Once you get to this screen you've created the message. Now you can save the message or schedule it to be sent out to your mailing list.



How helpful was this article to you?

Related Articles

article How do I save an e-mail?
There are several types of e-mails that you may...

(No rating)  4-9-2008    Views: 50318   

User Comments

Add Comment
No comments have been posted.


.: Powered by Lore 1.5.1