What document formats does Benchmark Email support?
For documents that you upload to insert into your email, Benchmark Email currently support the following file formats: .jpg, .Jpeg .gif .png .zip .doc, .docx .rtf .pdf .xls, .xlsx .txt .odt .ics .csv .ppsx Also, the maximum file size is 5mb as bigger documents may pose deliverability issues.
Can I convert my PDF into an image?
There are ways to convert your PDF into an image that you can use in your emal campaign. However, Benchmark Email advises against this as it could cause delivery problems that often occur when sending an image-only email. You may want to provide a link to your PDF in your email so that your contacts may still access the information.
Integrations March 11, 2021
How can I convert my document to a PDF?
Following are some of the online services that help you in converting a document (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Images, Web Pages and other files) to PDF: PDF Converter PrimoPDF doPDF Note: You can easily convert a Word Document to a PDF from within Ms-Word. After you have the file saved in the format you desire, make sure you upload it into the Document Library for use in future campaigns.
General questions March 11, 2021
If I have business cards that I have collected from shows or events, can I email those individuals?
It would depend on what was said during the exchange of information between you and the owner of the business card. If it was understood from the outset that by providing you their business card they are seeking correspondence from you, then you can use those addresses as part of your contact list(s). However, if you have not received their permission then you may not email them. Even if permission
August 6, 2018
How do I give hyperlink to an image?
To link your image to a Web page when someone clicks on it, here's what you need to do: Go to the block you wish to edit. Click on the EDIT icon . Click on the image you want to make into a linked image. In the toolbar, click the URL LINK icon . Provide the Web site address (URL) you want the image to link to when a recipient