I thought you might appreciate a scary link, in honor of Halloween:
http://www.scriptblaster.com/bookblaster.php They say that "gaining access to literary agents and publishers who handle fiction is possible with Bookblaster." Funny. I thought writing nice, normal query letters took care of that nicely.
Of course, if it were really Halloween-themed, the page would have a testimonial from a hopeful author who put a minor attraction spell on their query, sent it out via Bookblaster, and wound up fleeing from a ravening tribe of undead publishing professionals slavering for their manuscript and/or brains.
I wondered where those e-queries came from when I'm pretty clear I don't take e-queries: email blasts from guys who for a "mere $95" will email your query to every agent on their list!
If you really think that is the way to go, just log on to Gerard Jones site, and email all 10,000 people on his list. It's free. My guess is that's exactly what these guys do, and charge you $95.
If someone wants to google the names of all the authors who are cited on the website I'd be very interested to see if any of them are actually published.