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Now you can use Google Gmail dashboard to send and receive all your emails and have them be WRAPPED

Google will let you add other email accounts you own under your Gmail account and then let you use Gmail to both send and receive these emails. WRAPmail can then WRAP them for free!
Existing Gmail users:
You need to set up a new email address on AOL for example ( Then you need to follow the steps as described below. You will do everything in the Google interface but all your emails will now come from and to your new AOL email address even when people send emails to your Gmail address. No email sent to your Gmail address will be lost!
Yahoo Users:
Yahoo is tricky as Yahoo is the only webmail provider we have found that charges for POP3 delivery of email. You have two choices, upgrade to Yahoo Plus or change email address to an AOL, Hotmail or other free email address and then also set up a Gmail address so that you can use WRAPmail and the Google dashboard.
All others:
Set up a free Gmail account by clicking HERE and then follow the steps below:
1. Log in to your Gmail account and click on the “gear” in the right corner and then on “Mail Settings”

2. Add your non-Gmail email account

3. Enter the name of your non-gmail account and click “Next Step”

4. Enter your non-Google information (consult your webmail provider if the information does not automatically populate): Then Click “Save Changes”

5. Now we need to add this account to your Gmail account so click the radio button that says “yes” in the next screen and then click “Next Step”

6. Enter your name and click “Next”

7. Check the 2nd radio button to send through another SMTP server and then specify as follows:
SMTP Server:
Username: You WRAPmail username
Password: Your WRAPmail password (case sensitive)
Chose Port 25 and make sure you check “Unsecured connection”
Then click Add Account

8. Confirm and Verify
Now a confirmation mail is send to your account
In that mail click the confirmation link or copy the confirmation code to the window and press “Verify”
Set the non-Gmail account as default

Any questions please email

Free WrapMail search for missing kids

We are pleased to tell the world that WrapMail has becomes free. The main reason we’re doing this is to help look for missing kids. Every single email sent by a WrapMail user will have an Amber Alert on the bottom which links to a site for more information. By making WrapMail free we expect a large increase in the number of users and the more users, the more emails are sent and the more impressions of the missing kids!

The signup will change, until it has sign up for free by using code: SOFIE and then enter dummy data in the credit card fields.

Here’s a sample of one of our wraps with an amber alert for Florida on the bottom:

WrapMail approved by Google Solutions Marketplace

WrapMail’s solution for educational institutions has been approved for listing on Google‘s Solutions Marketplace.

WrapMail on Google Solutions Marketplace

Calling All College Presidents

We have a new idea that we want to present to every college in the US. The crux of the idea is to give Colleges & Universities a new way to generate revenue with a very, very small investment to do so. WrapMail is a software firm that has a wholly unique concept built on two very basic realities:

1.      Organizations have websites.

2.      Employees and students send external emails every day.

We connect these two dots without installing anything on any desktop, thus:

1.      Turning every email into a promotional piece for the school

2.      Turn every employee and student into a marketer.

Now to the subject:

Schools are always in the need of funding, especially public schools which get funding through taxation.  Here is a case study to make the point of how these schools could require less funding by making money in an obvious way.

Broward College is a client of WrapMail and has about 2,000 faculty and staff and about 150,000 student email accounts. Lets assume that everyone sends 2 external emails per day which would equal about 300,000 daily emails leading to a minimum of 300,000 impressions of the wrap that advertises the school, its programs, foundation etc..(emails are viral and often get forwarded which is what would bring the number of impressions up).

The idea:

Allocate a portion of the Wrap for an advertisement by a 3rd party, Apple or DELL for example.
Looking at various internet advertising models and also considering that an email between two people that know each other pretty much guarantees 100% viewer-ship of the ad (sort of a front page ad in a newspaper and knowing that every single subscriber will indeed look at it, maybe not today but at some point they will read the email from the person they know) we believe a realistic ad rate would be 5 cents per impression or $5 minimum per click.
Sticking with 5 cents per impression the yearly ad revenue from this one ad would be: 300K emails x 250 days x 5 cents = $3,750,000 which probably is a small drop in Apple’s or DELL’s ad budget. $3,750.000 for 75M+ impressions that is. Let’s add that emails are sticky, i.e. they stay in peoples inboxes opposed to other advertising mediums that typically are discarded or expire after the initial run/delivery.
The New York Times Sunday edition has a circulation of about 1.7M so one could compare this to a front page ad around the front page text 44 Sundays in a row.

Our proposal:

Provide the WrapMail service for FREE to the schools and also let the schools share in the advertising revenue.   All advertisers would be approved by the schools and conflicting relationships would be avoided as well (i.e. Pepsi school = no Coke advertising).  

This is completely new ground and would generate a lot of buzz but also significant new revenue.  And with the economy the way it is, I imagine schools could use it. 

If there are any college presidents that would like to discuss how to generate new revenue for their college, with little cost to do so, please call me at 954-376-4750.  

Dave Kustin – CMO, WrapMail

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Location: Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States
Founded: October 15, 2005

WrapMail helps companies “wrap” already existing email traffic that leaves from employees every day. All of these emails go to a captive audience (Vendors, Customers, Prospects and Friends/Family) but they do not promote the senders business…. Learn More

Why WrapMail?

• Make every employee a marketer

• Professional appearance

• Brand with every email

• Profiling & tracking

• Introduce new products and services

• Cross promote and up-sell

• Increase traffic to your website

• Instant surveys

• Ability to include 3rd party advertising

July 2020

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