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July 11th 2017
From: Given the interest in SparkPost recently, here's a little tutorial on how to to set up the SMTP Relay SparkPost provides with Dada Mail: http://blog.dadamailproject.com/2017/07/11/getting-started-with-sparkpost-email-delivery-service-and-dada-mail/ Cheers, ...Continue Reading
July 9th 2017
Hi Justin, I still did not upgrade to 10.7.0 (tomorrow I have to send a 9k recipient message). I'm trying to send the message from a webpage (as I usually did) so that images get properly attached and referenced. However, I'm getting a "Sorry, there is no content." message (when I know there is content). FWIW, the webpage to be sent is https://mailing.juanabsatz.com/2017/mailing-2017-07-15-CarasYCaretas.html The errors.txt log says:HTML doc passed with no body tag?! at DADA/ ...Continue Reading
July 6th 2017
From: Hi Everyone - v10.7.0 has been released. Download and install: http://dadamailproject.com/d/install_dada_mail.pod.html Changelog (and below): http://dadamailproject.com/d/changes_10_x.pod.html#pod10.7.0 10.7.0 Features Support for embedding Google Analytics-style UTM parameters into your message links Dada Mail now makes it easy to add UTM parameters to the links in your email messages. If you use a platform like Google Analytics, you can then see when visitors come to your site, from a li ...Continue Reading
Re: Feature Request For Comments: automatically adding UTM query string parameters/Google Analytics Integration
July 5th 2017
Here's a followup to this feature, as I've done a bit of work on this, and would like to ship something, before I go! See the attached screenshot - you'll find this in the, "Send a Message"/"Send a Webpage" screen under the, "Options" tab: [IMAGE] * Add UTM parameters to links with the following domains: This enables/disables the feature. You can then set exactly what domains get the UTM parameters. If you leave this blank, all links will get the UTM parameters. ...Continue Reading
July 4th 2017
On Jul 4, 2017, at 3:00 PM, Mariano Absatz - gmail el.baby@PROTECTED [Dada Mail Developers] <dadadev@PROTECTED> wrote: FWIW, it worked just fine without ssl. Now I have to see why sparkpost keeps rejecting the message, but smtp communication went just fine. Well, that's a little better. I'm betting it not working with SSL is a shortcoming of Dada Mail with its current SMTP library. The newer one will work much better, and have a few more options. I'm pretty happ ...Continue Reading
July 4th 2017
FWIW, it worked just fine without ssl. Now I have to see why sparkpost keeps rejecting the message, but smtp communication went just fine. -- Mariano Absatz - El Baby www.clueless.com.ar On 4 July 2017 at 17:15, Mariano Absatz - gmail el.baby@PROTECTED [Dada Mail Developers] <dadadev@PROTECTED> wrote: Sorry, I didn't read your last 2 messages. Gonna try port 255 without SSL (and eagery wait for dada 10.7) :) Have a nice trip to the mountains. -- Maria ...Continue Reading
July 4th 2017
Sorry, I didn't read your last 2 messages. Gonna try port 255 without SSL (and eagery wait for dada 10.7) :) Have a nice trip to the mountains. -- Mariano Absatz - El Baby www.clueless.com.ar On 4 July 2017 at 17:05, Mariano Absatz - gmail el.baby@PROTECTED [Dada Mail Developers] <dadadev@PROTECTED> wrote: Seems like they don't support plain old smtps (à la port 465). Did you add starttls support in 10.6.0 that is already out? I'd be more than happy t ...Continue Reading
July 4th 2017
> On Jul 4, 2017, at 2:05 PM, Mariano Absatz - gmail el.baby@PROTECTED [Dada Mail Developers] wrote: > > Did you add starttls support in 10.6.0 that is already out? I'd be more than happy to upgrade in that case. No, I have not. This will be a feature in v10.7.0, Cheers, ...Continue Reading
July 4th 2017
Seems like they don't support plain old smtps (à la port 465). Did you add starttls support in 10.6.0 that is already out? I'd be more than happy to upgrade in that case. -- Mariano Absatz - El Baby www.clueless.com.ar On 3 July 2017 at 17:00, Justin J justin@PROTECTED [Dada Mail Developers] <dadadev@PROTECTED> wrote: It looks like they may want you to use STARTTLS, which isn't something that Dada Mail's SMTP currently supports. Perhaps you can try ...Continue Reading
July 3rd 2017
Just as a followup, I set up my own sparkpost account, and tried to set up SMTP sending using the directions. In at least my development version, login worked fine, without any problems. Although you can use STARTTLS, it's not required. I used port 255, and left, "Use Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)" unchecked. If that doesn't work, it could just be an incompatibility with the old SMTP code Dada Mail has at the moment. The good news, it should be fixed in the net release, ...Continue Reading