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[Mailcastr] Mailcastr - Lifetime Email tracking

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Mailcastr - Lifetime Email tracking

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Price:
36
Expiry:
June 23, 2019
Retailer:
Mailcastr
- Unlimited email tracking
- No Mailcastr branding
- Android and iOS apps
- Premium email and chat support
- Works with GMail and GSuite

They have a nice dashboard that give you when the email was read and how many times is read.

14-days money back policy

https://mailcastr.com/lifetime/
Original price 720$

Used 1 year now without any problem
Last edited by shan52 on Jun 20th, 2019 8:38 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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Mar 13, 2012
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I assume the way they "track" emails is by inserting a pixel and then taking the info from server side of when that image is accessed. No iOS support.
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What advantages does this have over (Free) HubSpot?

Edit: Perhaps there are quantity limits. I don't recall, but I've used it to great effect as part of a smaller organization.
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Jan 21, 2011
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When I click on Get it Now, and when trying to pay for it the summary on the top says "$36USD for 1 year"
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JayC913 wrote: When I click on Get it Now, and when trying to pay for it the summary on the top says "$36USD for 1 year"
Obligatory "Their lifetime, not yours" reminder.
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Ah, I see, so it's still "Lifetime" for us... Thanks.
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mistytalon wrote: I assume the way they "track" emails is by inserting a pixel and then taking the info from server side of when that image is accessed.
There's a few other ways too. Here's a site that'll test your client to see what it "leaks"
https://www.emailprivacytester.com/
sparkaction wrote: @mistytalon yes this is how they do it. I assume if the email blocks images then this service is rendered useless.
I'm surprised they use that method still since pretty much every email client blocks images now until you request them.

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