Newsletter Studio lets you handle lists of subscribers using different mailing lists but it also supports sending newsletters to members in the Umbraco membership-section.

Add/remove/edit a subscriber

It's easy to add/remove/edit subscribers using the dashboard found by clicking on a subscription in the tree. The filter pane is used to searching and for showing bounces by clicking the "Only bounces"-checkbox.

Subscribers ---dashboard2

Importing subscribers

If you have a list of subscribers that you would like to import into Newsletter Studio, click the import-button in the toolbar go show the "Import Subscribers" dialog.
Different file formats
 

E-mail comma-separated
email@company.com, email@company.com, email@company.com....

E-mail separated with semicolon
email@company.com; email@company.com; email@company.com....

One e-mail per row
email@company.com --line break-- email@company.com --line break--

Name and e-mail. One per row separated by semicolon
First Last;email@company.com --line break-- First Last;email@company.com

Name and e-mail. One per row separated by comma
First Last,email@company.com --line break-- First Last,email@company.com

(Outlook) First name, last name, e-mail. One per row separated comma
Explained below.


From Microsoft Outlook

It's very easy to import contacts from Microsoft Outlook, just follow these steps.
Outlook 2007

1. Click File/Import and export and choose "Export to file" and click next.
2. Choose the option "Comma separated values (Windows)" and click next.
3. Select "Contacts" and click next.
4. Browse your computer and save the CSV-file somewhere. Give it a name and click ok, then click next.
5. Important
6. Scroll the list to the left and find "First name", "Last name" and "E-mail", when finding one of them click them, hold the mouse button and drag them over to the right hand side. Make sure that they are sorted in the correct order. First name, Last name and E-mail. Click ok when you're ready. ! Now click the "Map Custom Fields" button, in the dialog click "Clear mappings" on the right hand side.
7. Now click on finish.
8. Go back to the import dialog in Newsletter Studio, browse for the new file and select "Outlook...." as the format and the click Import.
Outlook 2010
1. Click File/Options in the new dialog click "Advanced" on the left hand panel and click on "Export" in the Export group.
2. Choose "Export to file" and click next.
3. Follow the steps for Outlook 2017, start at step nr 2.

Goodie: This video-guide will show you the process


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