I need a Good Quality Inhouse Autoresponder!!

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Hi warriors,

I'm looking around for a good quality inhouse autoresponder. On the forum here people were talking about Autoresponder Plus. I have read a lot of possitive reactions about there software. Does anybody have any experiance with Mailloop?

Can anybody tell me the difference between Autoresponder plus and Mailloop, because autoresponder plus is only half the money you have to pay for mailloop?

Do you know any other good inhouse autoresponder software?

Your opinion please!!!!!!!

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  • Profile picture of the author CarlosGarcia
    Without a doubt, you will want to go with Autoresponse Plus, if you're looking
    to host your own autoresponder on your server.

    Mailloop runs on YOUR computer, which means you have to leave your
    computer on 24/7, and it's not a viable solution because of this reason.
  • Profile picture of the author John Taylor
    Run towards ARP3 and run away from Mailoop!

    ARP3 is up to date and well supported and the
    other one isn't.

  • Profile picture of the author kkchoon1
    I once bought mailloop and refunded, not a bad software but like CarlosGarcia said, you don't want your computer to open 24/7, plus some support issues...

    I originally use Aweber, and can't deny the deliver rate is the best! But once I ask them to help me check for some small issues, they throw around the email and 3 days doesn't solve it, I quite their service, despite the good derivability.

    Now I am using Autoresponse plus, so far so good, just beware some of the free mail services might send your mail to spam folder.

    I contacted autoresponse plus support, and apparently I think my setup is not "perfect".

    I would only recommend you buy autoresponse plus if:
    You have a dedicated server or vps hosting, else you should use getresponse.com or aweber (I don't like them, but they are good!).
  • Profile picture of the author LB
    What hosts are you guys using with ARP?

    I've looked into it before but that has always been my concern...with the size of my lists, spam complaints happen and you need a good host that will work with you on that front.
  • Profile picture of the author Kim Standerline
    I'm tyre kicking Autoresponse Plus at the moment and loving it

    This is from someone who has always advocated 3rd party autoresponders

    • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
      If you want something to compare ARP to, take a look at ListMail Pro. I've been using it for several years, and been quite satisfied.

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