Since MaxBulk Mailer 8.5 absolutely all documents and files are multiplatform, they are fully compatible between Microsoft Windows and Apple Mac OS operating systems. On previous versions however the Styled Text format is not multiplatform. That means you can open or create a new document, write a message, add recipients and then copy it to the other system as long as you are not using the Styled Text format. If you used that format you will have to reformat your message and apply the styles again. We recommend to use MaxBulk Mailer 8.5 or newer to avoid this problem.
Actually, MaxBulk Mailer documents are similar to Word files, you can create, open and edit them in several systems without restrictions.
That works from both Windows to Mac OS and Mac OS to Windows. You edit on a computer, close the file, copy it to the other machine and continue editing. This can be done as many times as you wish, just remember that a file created on Mac OS and copied to Windows needs the '.mbm' extension to be appended to its name in order for MaxBulk Mailer to recognize the file on Windows, for example, 'myFile' will become 'myFile.mbm'. On Mac OS you can use files with or without that extension, it doesn't matter.
Note that it is not recommended to open a document from two or more machines at the same time through a local network, you must close the document and copy it to the other machine first. MaxBulk Mailer is not really prepared to open documents through a network, doing so may produced unexpected results and put your file integrity at risk.
We offer a two licenses pack for both Windows and Mac OS. You can get it on our online store with a great discount.
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