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Sent December 10th 2013
Looking at the bullet points, here's how DM deals with things: > · A prominent link in the body of an email leading users to a page confirming his or her unsubscription (no input from the user, other than confirmation, should be required). This is probably going to be the unsubscribe link, > · By replying to your email with an unsubscribe request. DM doesn't have this ability - it's not impossible to do, but it's just not implemented. My personal TODO list is long (an...
Sent December 10th 2013
Google spam rules Untitled Document Hello list/Justin I have problems for mails coming on spamlist (specally gmail.com mailaddresses). Now I see these are Google rules: · A prominent link in the body of an email leading users to a page confirming his or her unsubscription (no input from the user, other than confirmation, should be required). · ...
Sent December 5th 2013
Hello everyone - I've been working on a few different features in Dada Mail - I'll release a beta, when there's something to really show. For now, you can check out the following branches: Feature: Private Mailing Lists https://github.com/justingit/dada-mail/tree/features-private_mailing_lists This branch has the long-awaited, "Private Mailing Lists" feature. In a nutshell, "Private Lists" are going to be nothing but lists that do not need the unsubscription link present, and "Unsubscripti...
Sent November 8th 2013
Hello Everyone, v6.7.2 has been released. Download and Install: http://dadamailproject.com/support/documentation-6_7_2/install_dada_mail.pod.html Changelog: Summary 6.7.2 This release is primarily a bugfix release. This release also brings back the option to enable/disable tracking clickthroughs for email address links (mailt:email@example.com), which was added in v6.3.0, and then mysteriously disappeared. The default is to disable clickthrough tracking for these types of links. Bugfixes 6.7.2 "Send a...
Sent October 31st 2013
Is there an easy way to protect a directory by checking to see if an email is on the list without requiring a password? I'd like to put this minimal firewall up between the user and the content, but I don't want them to have to set up a profile and use a password. Untitled Document Warm regards, Mary Ann ...
Sent October 24th 2013
On Oct 23, 2013, at 1:26 PM, Carl Kuczun wrote: > I want the "mailto:" link to be used whether I include a subject or not. Anyone know what is happening here? Basically one looks like a URL to the URL parser, one doesn't. Parsing mailto: links to add clickthrough tracking (or rather to NOT) was a feature I had put into Dada Mail, https://github.com/justingit/dada-mail/tree/features-tracker_mailto_prefs but it doesn't look like it ever hit the master branch, so it's a bit orphaned at the moment. I'l...
Sent October 23rd 2013
Email Address Links Untitled Document When I create an email link in my body text using the link toolbar button, the recipient gets two completely different links in their email depending on whether I add a subject to the email link or not. The links in the delivered email work either way, except without a subject, an extra, blank browser page opens which is annoying. Without a subject in the email link, this is the source email: <p>This is my email address: <a href="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org...
Sent October 22nd 2013
The individual email clickthrough numbers (stripedtable) in Tracker are being truncated by the <td> width in the left cell of the striped table (line 322 in message_report.tmpl) and max-width of this div (line 8 of message_email_report_table.tmpl) in some browser/display configurations.I changed the <td> width to 400 and the max-width in the div to 400 and it displays properly now (although it barely displays up to 4 digits - at 5 or more digits it would truncate again, so perhaps 450 would be better). ...
Sent October 17th 2013
But, I am curious. You have the DaDa mail .htaccess files protecting wordpress pages as well? So someone goes to a page in wordpress, they are prompted for the DaDa password, and then allowed to view it? If that is the case, you may have already worked out a viable skeleton for a wordpress plugin. Untitled Document No, because that is where the second install comes in. Wordpress seriously hates it when you mess with the permalink structure, and I couldn't find a way to protect an actual WP page with the Dada...
Sent October 17th 2013
>If I'm understanding this correctly, it would still only protect the uploaded files in wp-content, not actual WP pages. It sounds like it would work for that, but not for also password >protecting the pages that need it (mostly because of the way WP uses rewrites to create pages and posts). Yes, it would only protect the protected files. And using apache aliases, you would not even need to put them under the wordpress install. But, I am curious. You have the DaDa mail .htaccess files protecting wordpress page...