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MessageSender 5.06 Has Been Released.

A new version of MessageSender is now available.  Version 5.06 has the following changes:

  • Added option for deleting individual queue items.
  • Added temp folder edit field.
  • Increased refresh timer.
  • Fixed display issues.
  • Expanded activity log messages for processing messages to identify message type and transport mechanisms.
  • Blank lines were being added to email recipient lists where there were blank lines entered in the PhonePad redirection option – FIXED.
  • Added encoding options to the service for use in the future.  No options were added to MessageSender Manager.
  • Added check to make sure that the ForwardQueue table exists.
  • Improved error trapping.
  • Added unique error code for each exception.
  • Fixed issue where email recipients were sometimes not being added correctly.

If you are upgrading from a previous version of MessageSender 5, you will need to stop and uninstall the MessageSender service (this can be done in MessageSender  Manager) on your network before upgrading to the new version.

You can download MessageSender 5.05 from the MessageSender home page or from My PhonePad Account.

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  • I woul like to use this program as a stand alone for my virtual reception business. Is ther any way to create a local user, other than peer to peer? I would like to be able to add a client, and set in out status, and take a message for that client. Is there any way to do that in this program?

    Nan Valler

  • Hi Nan,

    Yes, just do a LAN install on your PC. This will allow you to run PhonePad as a standalone application on your computer.

  • Steve,

    Thanks so much for the info, that seemed to work fine. I LOVE this program, after months of searching, finally found one that seems to fit the bill.

    I am having an issue setting up my email however. I have tried EVERY combination I can come up with for setting up my godaddy webmail for my server according to dig is:, and tried ports 80, 587, 3535, and every combination of authentication possible. When setting up outlook, I use the same settings for authentication on outgoing server, as incoming.

    Can you help?


    I am getting this error:
    220 ESMTP
    Connected to mail server.
    250 Sender accepted.
    ERROR: 553 Sorry, that domain isn’t in my list of allowed rcpthosts.
    221 Good bye.
    Disconnected from mail server.


    Nan Valler

  • Hi Nan,

    Thanks, glad to hear you like it. 🙂

    It’s probably the Sender Email setting. This is probably best resolved through our support channel so could you please send an email to, and we’ll work out what the issue is.


  • Got the email sending to work, but not from message sender.

  • Hi Nan, that’s good news. If you contact me at the support email address, I can look in to the issue with MessageSender.