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How to export a spreadsheet to CSV in Open Office / Neo Office

In this article, we will talk about how to export any Open Office / Neo Office spreadsheet into a CSV file. CSV format is a standard plain-text data feed format that has been around since 1960s. It can be used as a data feed with almost any software that has a file import feature. You can use CSV file format to transfer database information between several software products that support CSV file format.

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How to create csv file out of an Apple iWork Numbers spreadsheet

In this article, I am going to explain you what CSV file is, and what you need it for. I will also teach you how to export any Apple iWork Numbers spreadsheet into a CSV file. CSV format was invented long time ago in 1967 and is pretty standardized by now. It can be used with almost any database and spreadsheet processor that has a file import or export feature.

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Exporting Microsoft Office Excel spreadsheet XLS to CSV

Today we are going to learn how to export any Microsoft Office Excel spreadsheet XLS to CSV file. You probably know that CSV file format is standardized and supported in almost any database or spreadsheet management software as an import and export option. CSV file can be used to transfer information between Microsoft Excel and any other software that supports CSV import and export.

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Email Receiving With Your Outgoing Mail SMTP Server. Six Easy Steps You Need To Take

You’ve just configured your outgoing mail SMTP server and sent bulk emails to your customers. You are ready to receive email and to get answers and orders and you are clicking “Get new messages” button, but something is wrong - you have not received any emails at all.

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How to Setup Your SMTP Server in Corporate Environment

Mr. Smith just set up his own local SMTP server on his laptop. He intends to go abroad and he is happy he could control his business even at a distance. However, Mr. Smith will be disappointed - he will not be able to send emails through his new, shiny SMTP server.

Why? When you are emailing, your e-mail client connects to SMTP server and sends your message to it. After SMTP server accepts your message for delivery, it will store it in its local queue. Then it starts sending emails.

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Outgoing Mail SMTP Server. Five Simple Ways To Set It Up Right and Not to Become a Spammer

How many letters you send every day with your outgoing mail SMTP server? One hundred? Perhaps one thousand?

You use bulk mailing to communicate with your customers, to send newsletters and commercial proposals and it is an integral part of your business

In this case, sometimes you face “your-e-mail-can’t-be-delivered” problem. It is normal, when 5-10 messages out of a thousand can’t be delivered (of course if you have a clear, healthy and well maintained subscriber list).

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Your Email Can’t Be Sent? Lets Fix It Ourselves

You've just finished an important project or concluded several lucrative deals. So, it’s time to go home and to relax watching TV with a cup of tea, but first you decided to send some bulk emails to your partners, notifying them of your success. You press the “Send” button, dreaming about soft armchair and… “Ding!” says your PC and there is a problem – your email can’t be sent.

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How to Get Smtp Outgoing Settings Right for Email Marketing Software

Bob just downloaded an email marketing software from the Internet and he is striving to make his first powerful email blast. He is happy, he is anticipating the moment when the first thousands of dollars will start to arrive. He already subscribed for an email mailing list service in a reputable company and composed a beautiful email message template that perfectly fits into the list subject. He hits the send button in an email marketing software and oops, he gets a message that he needs to configure smtp outgoing server before he can go on.

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Using a Third-Party Business Email List for Email Marketing

It looks like almost all folks trying email marketing for the first time in their life make the same silly mistake all over again. They want to pay zero in expenses and expect to get astonishing results. It looks like a hundred dollars more in expenses really matters when thousands of dollars are expected from email campaigns. Please, remember the old tale: "Free cheese can exist in a mouse trap only".

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SMTP Server setting up

If you ever tried to send email to a large list of your subscribers, you will know... It's not as easy as it seems.

Usually, when you first start, you have no experience and no knowledge of how this whole email works. You know, you just press the "Send" button, and your email goes away. What could be the problem with that? I have done it thousand times. Sure, I say, no problem. Knock your socks off, do it with your list. Press the "Send" button ten thousand times... per week... and also design your messages, promote your product and do all other stuff at the same time.