Send bulk emails using Amazon SES
Whoosh lets you use the Amazon SES service to send thousands of emails from the comfort of your Mac.

What does Whoosh do?

Whoosh uses Amazon's Simple Email Service (SES) to send out bulk emails. It's ideal for any company or organisation (ask about charity discount!) that needs to send out lots of emails.

Amazon SES is rock solid, can handle thousands, even millions of emails.

Why use Amazon SES?

Amazon's SES is designed for sending lots of emails, using your regular email account to send thousands of emails is a good way to get banned!

Amazon SES is the safe, inexpensive way to send a lot of emails.

Why not use another bulk emailing service?

MailChimp can charge as much as 2 cents per email, that might not sound like a lot, but consider that Amazon SES charge 10 cents per 1000 emails. That's 0.01 cents per email. Simply put, MailChimp charges 20 times as much as Amazon SES.

Other services like MailChimp are great, but they're not cheap!

Whoosh provides an easy to use desktop app giving access to the Amazon Simple Email Service (SES). SES lets you use the power of Amazon's servers to send hundreds, thousands, or even millions of emails to your customers, subscribers, or fans.

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Whoosh requires Mac OS X 10.11 (El Capitan), and 4GB of RAM.