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Email image bugs like this are nothing new. People have been trying to use them for years. That's why Gmail by default doesn't display images in email until you explicitly tell it to (usually by marking the sender as trusted). I don't allow images to display in any message except from a very few select senders. Sure, it requires an extra click if I decide I ...


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You can tell your browser to skip images from that host, without altering the hosts file. If you use Chrome: Open the Settings Choose "Content settings..." Click on "Manage Exceptions" under Images Enter a Regular Expression pattern that matches the host. In this case, the RegEx equivalent of ".yesware.com" would be "[.]yesware.com". Choose "Block" in ...


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You mention using Mandrill/Mailgun/Sendgrid for transactional email. You might check out Zapier for integration with various CRMs of those services. Zapier can automatically send an email anytime it detects a new lead/contact in a CRM for those services. The links below show those services integrating with the various CRMs from Zapier including Salesforce, ...


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I'm not sure about the exact working of YesApp but it can be mislead using editing your hosts file for sure... find your hosts file at %SystemRoot%\system32\drivers\etc\hosts (Windows of course)... Add this line to it : 127.0.0.1 http://*.yesware.com and 127.0.0.1 http://www.yesware.com to it.Now Restart...scripts will now report to localhost instead of ...


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If it's just a link in a formatted email that creates a get request, you can track this through the use of some kind of proxy and browsing the logs (or blocking it through the proxy then reading the logs for requests blocked). Or you can use a tool that analyzes the raw text of emails for embedded URLS. I don't know of any extensions or plugins for ...


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The kind of application you're looking for is called either an ATS -- Applicant Tracking System, or TMS -- Talent Management System. Put that those your search queries and you'll come up with quite a few more options. The only ATS I have experience with from the administrative side is JobVite, but I think it would fill all your requirements. It definitely ...


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If you only have 5 users (you said under 6), then I recommend either: Snapforce CRM Zoho CRM Both Snapforce and Zoho are great for small businesses, i believe snapforce won 2013 award for best CRM system to use under 100 employees. But both are worth checking out. As they both offer FREE editions.


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Have a look at HootSuite: The leading social media dashboard to manage and measure your social networks. Manage multiple social networks Schedule messages and tweets Track brand mentions Analyze social media traffic 6 million+ satisfied users It supports all major social media services (Twitter, Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn, ...


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Old answer here, but try using this PayPal to Highrise Zap. It'll let you create contacts in Highrise or add notes to existing contacts when they buy something from you in PayPal. Disclosure: I run Zapier, but this is what I'd use even if I didn't. :)


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It looks like you need to get a CSV of your contacts to import them into Highrise: http://help.37signals.com/highrise/questions/441-how-do-i-add-a-group-of-contacts-to-highrise-can-i-import-a-file-with-my-contact-info It appears that paypal supports CSV export: http://www.clovercitysells.com/ebook/csv-export.pdf which has step-by-step instructions on ...


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Most ATSs are built for large businesses and have a feature set and price that just don't work for small businesses. However, there are a few notable exceptions. The best I've seen are: HireFlo TheResumator JobScore


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You missed on of the strongest CRM's to integrate with Google Apps: Solve360 It has email template features We have worked with deployments of Salesforce, Insightly and Solve360 and done evaluation on a number of other packages. Salesforce can be made to do anything. Highly customizable it is the gold standard... meaning it has all the features and costs ...


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So you forget the most incredible CRM System: Microsoft CRM Dynamics :D . I think if you gonna choose a CRM System you have to think in future you want extend the default behavior. So which language you or your team or any partner like play? .NET choose Dynamics CRM, if is APEX choose Salesforce, or PHP choose vtiger or sugarcrm. Hope this helps and not ...


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You could give HighRise from 37signals a try. Also look at the list of opensource healthcare software on Wikipedia.


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If you're using Gmail, you can check out Ecquire. Instead of using Bcc and Dropbox, Ecquire will automatically capture an email for you and find the right account associated with that email to save it. If it's a new contact, Ecquire will create a new account with all the pertinent information.


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You can email a contact into Highrise using your 'Highrise Dropbox' email address. You can find this address in Settings > My Info > Email dropbox. You can bcc Highrise when communicating with a prospect, or you can forward an email from the prospect to your Highrise dropbox. If the contact exists, Highrise will attach the email to their case. If the ...



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