Sending out hundreds of emails with Gmail offline - unique question!?

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If you only had limited internet access a few times a week via WiFi and needed to send out hundreds of emails, what are my options?

I know that Gmail loads on my Android and I can create drafts, that sync, and then once I am connected to WiFi they send.

But creating hundreds of emails on a cell phone is very difficult and was thinking of possibly getting an external keyboard?

Or is there a way to do all of this on my laptop, have it somehow sync to my Android smartphone, and then be able to go to a WiFi location to send out?

I am trying to avoid lugging my laptop around and don't want to buy a tablet, so would need to be able to SEND from my Android smartphone once I get to a WiFi location.
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  • Best option is get a list software like ActiveCampaign or something like that they you press the button and send all at once!
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    • Profile picture of the author windycityxx
      I am not looking for email sending software, I am hand typing responses back to people. Anyone else have any ideas?

      Originally Posted by HelpingYouBeAnExpert View Post

      Best option is get a list software like ActiveCampaign or something like that they you press the button and send all at once!
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  • Profile picture of the author IMTycoon
    You could always create all your emails on a computer in a document then send them to a friend who's online and have them send them out. This way you only have to worry about sending out one document as opposed to hundreds of separate emails.
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    • Profile picture of the author windycityxx
      How my phone works now is I can go to a WiFi location, load all of my emails, go back to a non WiFi location, respond to them all while offline, hit SEND, it will then save as QUED, and send automatically when I get back to a WiFi location... does this make sense?


      Originally Posted by IMTycoon View Post

      You could always create all your emails on a computer in a document then send them to a friend who's online and have them send them out. This way you only have to worry about sending out one document as opposed to hundreds of separate emails.
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  • Profile picture of the author windycityxx
    I figure there has to be an easier solution to my dilemma, anyone have any ideas?
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  • Profile picture of the author windycityxx
    I would like to figure out this issue, anyone have a thought or suggestion?
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  • Profile picture of the author wrcato2
    You should be able to sync your laptop to your phone then connect to wi/fi to send. Gmail is an excellent choice. depending on how long you can use the wi/fi you may want to do some research on this. Or find a local computer Geek and talk with them.
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    • Profile picture of the author windycityxx
      I have searched on how to do this, can you give me more details?

      Or if anyone else knows how this works?

      100% offline laptop, cannot access wifi.

      Originally Posted by wrcato2 View Post

      You should be able to sync your laptop to your phone then connect to wi/fi to send. Gmail is an excellent choice. depending on how long you can use the wi/fi you may want to do some research on this. Or find a local computer Geek and talk with them.
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  • Profile picture of the author agmccall
    why don't you get yourself a mobile hotspot, then you can have wifi/internet any time you want

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    • Profile picture of the author farichsolos
      Try to get mobile data plan. From there you can activate the hotspot feature on your mobile and then you can let your laptop connected to internet while sending your email respond queues. By the way you can still type on your laptop isn't it?
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  • Profile picture of the author windycityxx
    I will not be anywhere near wifi or any type of internet service with my laptop, simply not available, which is why I would like to be able to just go to an area with my cell phone to actually SEND the messages and get the new messages to respond to at a later time.
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  • Profile picture of the author Regional Warrior
    Just be careful about bumping threads can been see as spamming...!
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    • Profile picture of the author windycityxx
      I asked a direct question about a comment in this thread, that after research on Google, could not find the answer, how is that SPAMMING?
      Originally Posted by Regional Warrior View Post

      Just be careful about bumping threads can been see as spamming...!
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  • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
    I will not be anywhere near wifi or any type of internet service with my laptop, simply not available,
    For five years I lived in a remote area and had Internet access via Verizon mobile broadband. It works with a usb drive and is available everywhere.
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