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This mailing list is to discuss the nerdy programming development of Dada Mail -

If you are just looking for support Dada Mail, consult the message boards at:

http://dadamailproject.com/support/boards

To post to this list, send a message to:

dadadev@dadamailproject.com

All subscribers of this list may post to the list itself.

Some on topic... topics include:

  • Positive Crits on the program (I like, "x", but, "y" needs some work - here's an idea on how to make this better...)
  • Bug/Error reports
  • Bug fixes
  • Request For Comments on any changes to the program
  • Help customizing Dada Mail for your own internal needs
  • Patches
  • Language Translations
  • Support Documentation/Doc editing, FAQ's, etc.
  • Discussion of any changes that you would like to be committed to the next version of Dada Mail -

At the moment, there aren't many people with CVS access for Dada Mail - if you would like CVS access, please first talk about the changes you propose and how it will affect the program. If the idea is sound and agreed upon, the change will be comitted. A good track record of this will allow you to have CVS access. Some reasons that patches will not be accepted is if the patch breaks compatibility with a previous version of the program, the patch is too centric to your own problem or the patch simply isn't very good.

Please, please please familiarize yourself with the documentation at:

http://dadamailproject.com/support/documentation/

Since no one wants to answer the same question twice.

Another sneaky reason for this mailing list is to test out the discussion list capabilities of Dada Mail, since Dada Mail is used for the mailing list itself.

NOTE - because of this, there may be times that this list will be somewhat broken. Although we're not planning on breaking the program by using it, we're giving you the heads up that this may well happen anyways.

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Archived Messages

 

Re: obscuring email addresses

May 23rd 2018

Sure Warm regards, Mary Ann [1][IMAGE] MARY ANN KELLEY / [2]TheHomeSchoolMom On May 22, 2018, at 7:10 PM, Justin J [3]justin@PROTECTED [Dada Mail Developers] <[4]dadadev@PROTECTED> wrote: could you privately email me some of the URLs? [1] http://www.thehomeschoolmom.com [2] http://www.thehomeschoolmom.com [3] mailto:justin@PROTECTED [4] mailto:dadadev@PROTECTED ...Continue Reading

Re: obscuring email addresses

May 22nd 2018

From: could you privately email me some of the URLs? ...Continue Reading

Re: obscuring email addresses

May 22nd 2018

When I visit the archives for this list on [1]dadamailproject.com, my email address is not obscured in older posts. Warm regards, Mary Ann On May 22, 2018, at 6:45 PM, Justin J [2]justin@PROTECTED [Dada Mail Developers] <[3]dadadev@PROTECTED> wrote: Obscuring email addresses in the archives has been a feature for many versions. The archives aren't saved with obscured email addresses, their saved in a more original state, and are obscured dynamically. th ...Continue Reading

Re: obscuring email addresses

May 22nd 2018

From: Obscuring email addresses in the archives has been a feature for many versions. The archives aren't saved with obscured email addresses, their saved in a more original state, and are obscured dynamically. that should mean that older archives will be handled the same way as newer ones. ...Continue Reading

obscuring email addresses

May 22nd 2018

I noticed that the online archives for this list are now obscuring email addresses (yay!) but older archives before this was in place are still exposing them in replies by using the full address and just replacing the @ with and underscored at. Is there any way to obscure those too? Warm regards, Mary Ann ...Continue Reading

Re: Dada Mail 11 Released

May 22nd 2018

Excellent, thanks! Warm regards, Mary Ann On May 21, 2018, at 8:30 PM, Justin J [1]justin@PROTECTED [Dada Mail Developers] <[2]dadadev@PROTECTED> wrote: Data will be retained; the profile field name will be the only thing that will change. [1] mailto:justin@PROTECTED [2] mailto:dadadev@PROTECTED ...Continue Reading

Re: Dada Mail 11 Released

May 22nd 2018

From: > On May 21, 2018, at 1:45 PM, Mary Ann Kelley maryann@PROTECTED [Dada Mail Developers] wrote: > > I didn’t realize I could hide the profile field by prepending it with an underscore. If I change it now, will it lose all the data that is in it under the current field name? Data will be retained; the profile field name will be the only thing that will change. ...Continue Reading

Re: Dada Mail 11 Released

May 21st 2018

Thanks for the detailed response. I’ve always used double opt-in (closed loop) and consider it a best practice, but GDPR-compliant consent is more about what they consented to than whether it was closed loop or not. If anyone wants detailed information about this or just about any other GDPR-related topic, the best source I have found is a GDPR facebook group run by Suzanne Dibble, a data protection expert who practices law in the UK. She has tons of information and daily videos, including severa ...Continue Reading

Re: Dada Mail 11 Released

May 21st 2018

From: > From: maryann@PROTECTED > Thanks for all your work on this, Justin. Sure. I appreciate everyone's feedback. > For those who are not requesting fresh consent and instead relying on legitimate interests as the legal basis for contact, upgrading will not affect our ability to mail to addresses already in the list under the version, right? That would be a question you'll have to ask yourself, honestly. If you're not sure, I would do a consultation with a lawyer. Personally, I think ...Continue Reading

Re: Dada Mail 11 Released

May 21st 2018

Thanks for all your work on this, Justin. For those who are not requesting fresh consent and instead relying on legitimate interests as the legal basis for contact, upgrading will not affect our ability to mail to addresses already in the list under the version, right? I’m envisioning that everything with the current subscribers will remain the same, but new subscribers will have all of the new info paired with their subscription in the database. Please let me know if I’m understanding that corre ...Continue Reading

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