At Doo Mails HQ we like to have choices, we thought you might like choices too, so we've put together some options for creating your HTML newsletters...

Create your own

If you're familiar with software packages like Adobe's Dreamweaver or similar HTML creation tools you can create your own newsletter and simply upload it to your account, add your subscribers and you're good to go.

Choose from our free template galleryTemplate gallery

To help you get started we have a selection of ready to use, off the shelf templates (see below) that you can use for free as many times as you like. You can download and edit them until your hearts content. Add your own brand colours, logo, images and text and fire away for a quick and easy campaign.

Let us build one for you

If you don't have the time, skills or inclinantion we can build a template for you. We talk to you about your brief, use you company logo and colours and we'll set up an editable template loaded into your accounts template gallery.

Custom tags

Custom tags and online editor

We can add some pretty cool features to your template with our 'custom tags'. These tags allow you to edit titles, text boxes, add/remove images, insert links, add new sections, move sections around, all from our WYSIWYG online editor. To see a quick demo of how this works check out our Dootorial.

Or we can turn your newsletter into an editable template. See our pricing page for details.

Free template gallery

Mobile phone app

iPhone AppDoo Mails now on your mobile devices like the iPhone and Android phones.


Email client & spam testing

Test your design before you send it in all of the following email clients...

AOLApple MailGmailHotmailLotus NotesMobile MeMicrosoft OutlookThunderbirdWindows MailYahoo!

...and while you're at it we'll test it against key spam filters and firewalls.


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