Salesforce

Use PostalMethods to send letters from Salesforce

The PostalMethods Salesforce snail-mail application allows a Salesforce subscriber to send postal letters directly from Salesforce using pre-designed templates merging Salesforce data. Add letter sending as part of your sales and support flow. Merge your customer's data into your templates to automate the process. Salesforce Administrators can set up letter templates using the Salesforce PrintAnything application, including merge fields and add custom links and buttons to initiate letter sending.

Send letters directly from Salesforce, the leading online CRM provider. Salesforce offers hosted applications that manage customer information for sales, marketing, and customer support, providing clients with a rapidly deployable alternative to buying and maintaining enterprise software.

Benefits

  • No more manual printing, folding, inserting, sealing, stamping or delivering
  • No need to buy and maintain any software or hardware - start sending today
  • Letters are handled securely. Your data is not seen or used by anyone
  • Send letters from your email client and other applications as well

Features

  • Letters sent in professional No. 10 sealed, double window envelopes
  • Your letter is in the mail within one business day
  • Send one letter or one hundred thousand - we can handle it
  • Using First Class Priority postage for fast and reliable delivery
  • Recipient address is verified automatically before delivery
  • In case of non-delivery, your letter is returned to you by the postal service

How to install the PostalMethods Salesforce-to-SnailMail application

Read our detailed how to guide and send letters in minutes.

Send letters from Salesforce CRM solutions

Get an evaluation account for free

A PostalMethods evaluation account gives you a no-risk way to experience the service.

The only limitation is that letter posting is simulated and does not actually occur.

No credit card required

Getting Started

PostalMethods Salesforce-to-SnailMail on AppExchange