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About Direct Mail projects

Direct Mail saves all of your data—including messages, mailing lists, and reports—in a Project file that is located either on your hard drive or in the cloud, depending on what you choose. The first time you open Direct Mail, you are prompted to create a new project or open an existing project. The next time you open Direct Mail, it will automatically open the most recently used Project.

Should I create one or more than one Project files?

The typical user of Direct Mail will only need one project file. Remember, one project file can contain multiple messages, mailing lists, and reports. However, if you are sending email on behalf of several clients, creating individual Project files for each client is a great way to keep things separate. You can create a new Project by choosing File > New Project from the menu bar.

Can I sync my Project across multiple Macs?

Yes. If you move your project to the cloud, you can access your project from any Mac. You can also share your project with other Direct Mail users. Click here for more information about moving your project to the cloud.

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