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With just a few simple steps you can launch efficient call campaigns using Ozeki Bulk Messenger. On this webpage you can get an insight into the main features of this excellent software product.
After having logged in we can see the 'Home page' of Ozeki Bulk Messenger (Figure 2). Click on the 'Get started' button in order to start your project using the effective functions of this software.
Figure 2 - Home page
Quick Start page
The 'Quick Start page' (Figure 3) shows the way to setup Ozeki Bulk Messenger step by step. Additional functions and examples of the supported address book types are also shown on this page.
Figure 3 - Quick Start page
Click on the 'Create new address book' button ti view the 'Address book details' where you can choose the type of your address book. (Figure 4)
Figure 4 - Address book types
When you click on the 'Create new Audio, SMS or E-mail message' button you will see the 'Audio, SMS or E-mail message details' menu. This is where you can decide the type of message content you would like to create. (Figure 5)
Figure 5 - Message types
- SMS content types
You can see that Ozeki Bulk Messenger supports a wide range of SMS content types.
Figure 6 - SMS content types
- Audio file types
In case of selecting the 'Audio' content type further possibilities will show up. You can upload, record or even write a message that will be converted into an audio file. (Figure 7)
Figure 7 - Types of audio files
If you navigate to the 'Connections' tab and click on the 'Create new Connection' button then you can select the the connnection type you would like to set up: 'Telephone', 'SMS', 'E-mail' or 'HTTP Server' based connection.
Figure 8 - Connection types
- Telephone connection types
In Figure 9 you can see the telephone connection type options. For example VoIP PBX for telephone exchanges, VoIP Service for an Internet based connection or a PSTN gateway to connect to the public telephone network.
Figure 9 - Types of telephone connections
- E-mail connection types
If you wish to send E-mail messages you can choose between 'Gmail' service or 'SMTP' connection. (Figure 10)
Figure 10 - Types of E-mail connections
Sending SMS messages is also possible using an 'SMS modem' or through an 'SMPP', 'UCP' or 'HTTP'connection. (Figure 11)
Figure 11 - Types of SMS connections
Sending a message
On the 'Send' tab if you click on 'Create new message delivery job' then on the right hand side you can select the addressbook, content and connection type you created earlier. The Ozeki Bulk Messenger program will create a delivery job using the above details which will be sent to the given recipients.
Figure 12 - Message delivery job
After you have set all the important data in the 'Send' menu you can see details of the message delivery job (Figure 13). In order to send the preset messages please click on the green 'Start' button.
Figure 13 - Start sending
After you have sent the messages you can check the message information by clicking on the 'Open' button in the 'Details' section (see Figure 13). We can see that there are 3 sucessfully delivered messages!
Figure 14 - Successful delivery of messages
Ozeki Bulk Messenger is also capable of setting up a database connection. Go to the 'Edit' menu on the top left corner of the main page and then select 'Databases'. When you click on the 'Create new Database connection' button you will see the types of database services to the right (Figure 15).
Figure 15 - Database connection types
If you go to the 'Help' menu on the top and select the 'System' submenu (Figure 16) then you will see the following graphs:
- CPU usage (Figure 17)
- Memory usage (Figure 18)
- infomation about the Local network (Figure 19)
- Disk usage (Figure 20)
- and details of the Hardware and software environment (Figure 21)
Figure 16 - System information
Figure 17 - CPU usage
Figure 18 - Memory usage
Figure 19 - Local network
Figure 20 - Disk usage
Figure 21 - Hardware and software environment
- Memory usage (Figure 18)