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May 24

Labels & Addresses
Design and print labels and envelopes on your Mac

Normally: $49.95

ZOT Price: $24.95

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Click to BeLight’s Site for more info.

Labels & Addresses (Formerly Mail Factory)
is a home and office tool for printing all sorts of labels and envelopes.
The program helps to design and print
envelopes, postcards and diverse labels, such as address, shipping, file folder and barcode labels. Merge printing
capability makes the program a great office tool for those who need to print multiple labels and envelopes in one
go, using data from a print list.

Labels & Addresses helps you to:

  • Save time when working with mass mailings.
  • Accurately and precisely address parcels and envelopes.
  • Print barcodes, price tags, inventory numbers and more from files and databases.
  • Create neat labels for your file folders and other items.
  • Design Christmas, Birthday or Valentine postcards and party invitations.

Watch a screencast about Labels & Addresses here…

Features at a Glance:

Data Merge
You can quickly print individual envelopes and labels or batch print addresses from Apple Address Book, MS Entourage,
MS Excel, Now Contact, FileMaker, vCards or tab-delimited text files. Use the built-in storages of recipient and sender
addresses to edit and store mailing lists.

Labels & Addresses prints Intelligent Mail, USPS POSTNET, Canada Post and Royal Mail barcodes on labels and envelopes to ensure fast
and accurate delivery, and correctly formats addresses for more than 50 countries. The unique Address Recognition feature
automatically formats addresses pasted in the form of text from other applications. The included 15 address templates
(corporate, personal, and others) simplify the addressing process.

Industry-Standard Barcodes
UPC-A/E, ISBN and Data Matrix barcodes. The barcode data (and price information) can be read from a text file, allowing
you to efficiently print numerous labels for your entire product inventory.

Labels & Addresses supports hundreds of label layouts from the most popular vendors, including Avery, APLI,
A–One, and many other US, European and Asian manufacturers. You can choose the position of the label that you’re
printing to in order to re-use partially used label sheets. Furthermore, the program supports popular label printers such
as DYMO LabelWriter, Seiko SLP, Brother QL, Zebra printers, and the entire range of labels.

System Requirements: Mac OS X 10.4 or later. Leopard compatible.
Available in: English, German.

15 Responses to “Labels & Addresses”

  1. F451 Says:

    Every single product that BeLight writes is top shelf! Absolutely no hesitation recommending their products to others.

  2. Parker Bennett Says:

    I owned Mail Factory, and bought the update straight away. It really fills a hole in Address Book’s capabilities. I don’t need all the fancy templates, but it’s great for managing things like holiday card lists, when you need to specify how each envelope will get addressed (e.g., Mr. and Mrs. Brown, Kate Smith and Eddie Brown, The Smith Family, etc.). I had some ideas how this could work better, and I emailed the developers and got a very quick and attentive response. Recommended, especially at the discounted price.

  3. Vince Says:

    F451 is correct as is Parker – top notch products from a top notch company. I only recently heard about the upgrade/change of name and I will be upgrading my Mail Factory installation as well [which, i believe, is cheaper than buying this zot, but it should be - it's an upgrade path]. The company has a great design sense and develops great software. I use this for my business and could not do without it.

  4. Mark Says:

    What does this do that Avery’s software doesn’t?

  5. Ed Says:

    Will this support any label printer? I have a brother P-touch, and it’s unclear from the BeLight website that it will print to this printer.

  6. val Says:

    To Mark:
    Brother P-Touch QL series is supported. However, if you have a different one, you can download the trial version and try – it might work.

  7. val Says:

    Compared to Avery – it has more powerful editing tools, supports more stock (not only Avery), label printers, merge functionality is more advanced, postal and retail barcodes supported, and other

  8. harringg Says:

    @Vince

    Crossgrade from Mail Factory to
    • standard edition via download $24.95

    I’ve been using MailFactory for several years, and would like some incentive to upgrade, but with the Zot the same price as the upgrade price, what is the incentive? Any chance for a discount on upgrades “today only”?

    I’ve even been using it (MF) as a business card designer too even though they sell proprietary software for this as well. I’ve got the retail clipart from them too, so what does the upgrade (crossgrade) offer that makes it a “must have”?

  9. Vince Says:

    @harringg Whoops! Yeah, I just noticed that too. :( I could have sworn I received an e.mail stating that it was a $9.95 upgrade.

    This shows the differences between Mail Factory and Labels & Addresses:

    http://www.belightsoft.com/products/labelsaddresses/versch/versions.php

  10. Kay Says:

    I never got an email about the change from Mail Factory. I just checked my records, and it was registered in Oct 2008. I bought it from MacZot. I really haven’t used it that much. I might consider upgrading for $10, but not for $25. That is really a short amount of time. Upgrades should be free!

  11. t5tr Says:

    I already have Image Tricks Pro, Swift Publisher and Art Text (but it’s the old version 1, it takes us$20 to upgrade it).
    And today I’m putting Labels & Addresses in my dock, only hoping that I’d started with the Printfolio route, great software.

  12. val Says:

    @Kay

    If you bought Mail Factory after September 1, 2008, you can get a free upgrade to Labels & Addresses:

    http://www.belightsoft.com/products/labelsaddresses/versch/crossgradeform.php

  13. Jay Says:

    Hmm I bought this Zot on sunday but it’s now wednesday and I haven’t received my registration code (and no it’s not in my gmail spam folder either). I buy lots of promo’s and most developers provide the registration code upon payment or within a few hours after payment, so I know it can be done.

  14. t5tr Says:

    @Jay
    Just have a look at the “My Order History” page, that’s where MacZot keeps a copy of all your serials, and in the case of Labels & Addresses, where I got the respective license code.

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