Mary Ann Kelley <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: Trying to Understand DADA Mail system
In-Reply-To: Re: Trying to Understand DADA Mail system
Date: May 25th 2012
You install (or have Justin install) Dada on your own server. You then create an email address for the list, such as email@example.com or whatever your URL is. If you do not have a website, you would need to get a domain and hosting account before using Dadamail.
If you are unfamiliar with PHPMyAdmin, the easiest way to change an address would be to delete the old one and add the new one from within Dada rather than trying to do it in the database.
On May 25, 2012, at 6:49 PM, Seymour Wolfson wrote:
> Also you mentioned that you run a list for parents of gymnysts. How does one establish the "name" of the list? Can you pick any name you want and do you get to use your own domain name or does it have to end in dadamailproject.com?
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