I am not a power user, but I have been using my Mac in business for 20+ years. We use a Chrome website for a supplier who sells us Database services. It's a custom built database at their end, and businesses of our type all around the globe use it, like a giant Rolodex for headhunting purposes. It stores CV's and resumes and has people records, company records, and "job order" records for headhunters.
My reason for interest in Keyboard Maestro is that the function this database has for sending emails is very poor. If I built a list of 80 people I wanted to write, people who hear from us regularly about job openings, I could send them out one at a time (extremely tedious) or send them out as mail merged bulk email. But when sent as bulk, it adds an "Unsubscribe" option at bottom and has other elements of it's appearance that Google, Hotmail and other services look for to identify spam. So, they get waylaid in spam folders instead of reaching their intended.
I am looking to have a Macro that simply records keystrokes and clicks the way that my old program Quickeys did years ago. When I trigger that Macro, it would send out ten emails at a time or something, but do it as a "one at a time" process on the database by automated clicks and keyboard strokes. That way it's not tedious, but they don't go out as bulk mail and won't get tagged as spam.
Is this a function that could be managed with Keyboard Maestro? Is it something a novice could do or would I need a programmer/expert consultant? Thank you!