Category Archives: Experiences of AMSSE

How do our emailing software start automatically?

Hello everyone,

For AMS File Edition:

The installers of our emarketing software will put a shortcut of the executable file to your ‘Startup’ menu under ‘Start -> All Programs’, does not change your Registry or system settings.

So, it has the ability to start automatically, to keep this, please do not delete this shortcut.

For AMS Standard and Birthday Editions:

The sender is running as a Windows Service, and set as automatic running.

Just ignore that and no setting needed, it will work always.

How to automatically send emails at the last day of each month?

Hello everyone,

As you know, the last day of every month is different, it may be 28, 29, 30 or 31.
So how to schedule the sending at last day of every month in our email schedulers? Set it as 28, 29, 30 or 31? No, no, not this.
In fact, you do not need to care about the last day is what date, you only need to remember that you want send emails at the last day of each month.

To set this schedule, just choose the last item (‘Last Day’) under the first ‘Monthly’ list on the Sending Schedule interface (for AMSSE); to set the last day of month in AMSFE, just set the Schedule field in your email file by referring Interface Definitions documentation.

The interval of recording interface location

Hello everyone,

As you know, Auto Mail Sender Standard Edition can restore the last position after it started (setting path: “Tools -> Options… -> Preferences -> Startup Position”).

In fact, it records the location of the main interface regularly, and the interval of recording interface location is 6 seconds.

Can not launch Auto Mail Sender Standard Edition?

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Dear users:

A few days ago, two users said that can not open Auto Mail Sender Standard Edition interface.

After analyzed and debugged this issue, we found that the reason is:
dhtmled.ocx” file is not registered properly.

Because “dhtmled.ocx” is an important file of AMSSE interface, if it is not registered properly, AMS Standard Edition interface will not show.

In this case, you can resolve this issue by yourself:

1. Usually, “dhtmled.ocx” is stored under “C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Triedit” folder (for XP-, C: = system drive).
Just run the following command in Run or DOS box:
regsvr32 “C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Triedit\dhtmled.ocx”
If you can not find this file under above folder, you can download it from the Internet (search it first), and then put it into above folder and run “regsvr32 …” command.

2. If you use Windows Vista or higher, just download “dhtmled.ocx” for Vista/7 at and install it.

One more thing, perhaps the problem is caused by other reasons, then this article does not help you.
Fortunately, in the next version (4.21), AMSSE will provide the debug feature, and you will easily find out what causes abnormity. At that time, you can resolve it by yourself or ask us for help about it.

The Location of AMSSE Data and Data Backup Suggestion

AMSSE data Location

The location of Auto Mail Sender Standard Edition data as below:

For Windows 2000/XP/2003-:
X:\Documents and Settings\UserName\Application Data\TSSI\AMS

For Windows Vista/7/8+:

X: = system drive.
UserName – please replace it with the actual user name.

Backup Suggestion

We suggest you back up AMSSE data by click ‘File -> Export Data…’ menu item regularly to avoid the loss due to system failures, do it monthly.


You can click ‘File -> Import Data…’ menu item to restore data from the backup one.

The difference between experiencing AMSSE on WinXP- and Vista/Win7+

First, there is no major difference in this field.

There is only a small difference between experiencing Auto Mail Sender Standard Edition (AMSSE) on WinXP- and Vista/Win7+ as below:

It does not support selecting recipients from the Windows Contacts for Windows Vista/7+ currently.

Usually, AMSSE users select recipients from the csv/txt/xls/xlsx files, so you can export your recipients from Windows Contacts to the csv file and select recipients from the exported file.