• Responsive template with MailStyler 2

    For years now, most emails are mostly read on a mobile device screen (such as mobile phones or tablets) instead of the traditional desktop PC. For this reason, sending newsletters that cannot adapt to the screen on which they are rendered is a severe mistake: not being able to be read by your customers is a big stumbling block. Luckily, responsive design has become a standard rule, allowing you to get fluid layouts that can fit seamlessly on your latest smartphone, 27-inch desktop computer or Galaxy Note.

  • Halloween 2019: 8 free templates to enrich your newsletters

    Keeping up with festivities and events is a great way to keep your newsletters alive, and even have some fun with your customers. Halloween 2017 is just around the corner, and there’s nothing better than some pumpkins, vampires, and cobwebs to prepare for this happy day.

  • Editing Images on MailStyler 2: Zoom and crop

    Finding the ideal image for your newsletter, it’s not enough: the image must also merge perfectly with your template and your text. MailStyler 2 allows you to manipulate images to be perfect for your communications.

  • Microsoft Outlook cannot send responsive emails

    One of the reasons why it is always convenient to use a template builder to prepare your newsletter layout is that relying on different tools has a high risk of achieving disastrous results. But it is also necessary to defend from the disasters that await us to use unprofessional solutions for sending our emails.

  • Setting MailStyler 2 language

    Here at Delivery Tech, we believe that excellent software must be accompanied by excellent support, and that it must meet the primary needs of users: such as being able to use a working tool in their own language.

  • Microsoft Word is not a template builder

    Our grandparents already knew the truth: for every job to do there is the right instrument. Just as Word is great for writing long, structured, formatted documents, so MailStyler has been designed and developed to do one thing for you: templates for newsletters.