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How to customize mass mailings in Gmail

Mail merge used to be a powerful tool, and still sees some use in businesses that rely on physical mail. E-mail is much handier for reaching people quickly, but the lack of customization tools can make it feel impersonal. Fortunately, there's a great, free tool available to customize mass mailings in Gmail.

By November 28, 2011

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Mass-mailing 'Here you have' worm hits in-boxes

Windows worm with "Here you have" subject line delivers not a PDF but rather malicious software that spreads itself via e-mails, network shares, and removable media.

By September 10, 2010

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Symantec posts note on mass-mail worms and the Mac platform

Symantec posts note on mass-mail worms and the Mac platform

By September 3, 2003

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That e-mail attachment is not a Twitter invite

Symantec says fake Twitter invite that comes with an attachment is a mass-mailing worm, which gathers e-mail addresses from compromised PCs.

By June 18, 2009

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Mass mailing reaches the masses

Startup ELetter plans an online service that will automate mass mailings for even the smallest firms.

May 10, 1999

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Worm uses familiar brands to lure people

Offers supposedly from McDonald's, Coca-Cola, and Hallmark are spreading a new mass-mailing worm, say security vendors.

By December 3, 2008

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Win32.VB worm spreading quickly

Mass-mailing e-mail worm jumps to the No. 3 spot on F-Secure's virus chart, but poses little risk.

By January 18, 2006

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Clock's ticking on new Sober onslaught

Mass-mailing worm is programmed to download new instructions in January, which could indicate a new outbreak.

By December 7, 2005

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Worm spells double trouble for PCs

Combined mass-mailing worm and network worm attempts to hijack computers and to launch a DOS attack on Symantec's Web site.

By July 15, 2005

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Sober worm makes a comeback

Mass-mailing pest is spreading again, harvesting e-mail addresses for spammers, security companies have warned.

May 6, 2005