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Sent September 12th 2014
Hello everyone - v7.2.1 has been released! This is a small update, just to wipe off some of the cobwebs and get a new released out. Download and install: http://dadamailproject.com/support/documentation-7_2_1/install_dada_mail.pod.html Changes: http://dadamailproject.com/support/documentation-7_2_1/changes_7_x.pod.html#pod7.2.1 Cheers, ...
Sent September 7th 2014
Hello everyone, Just a quick note to let everyone know I'm back doing Dadq Mail work, after my Holiday: I did manage to meet my goal of riding a bike to all the Colorado 14ers (and then summiting them) in a record time. Huzzah! ...
Sent July 4th 2014
Hello everyone! v7.1.0 will be out soonish - one of the new features in it will be Stationary. Stationary are sort of like Drafts, but they stick around, until you don't want them anymore. A lot of people tell me they basically send the same message, again and again, with minor differences in content (come to think of it, that's what I do, too!), so it would be nice to be able to have most of the message already done, and then fill in the needed changes. So, that's what we've got. Here's the branch that's currently...
Sent June 23rd 2014
Hello Everyone, v7.0.5 of Dada Mail has been released: * Download and Install: http://dadamailproject.com/support/documentation-7_0_5/install_dada_mail.pod.html * Changelog: http://dadamailproject.com/support/documentation-7_0_5/changes_7_x.pod.html#pod7.0.5 This bugfix release focuses on a few different parts of Dada Mail, to make thingks work soother: • The Installer was given some TLC, with code being cleaned up, and a few extra options added - look for new advanced configuration options for Bridge and Bounc...
Sent June 9th 2014
Is there an easy way to add google analytics tracking code into Dada so that we can trace signups? Right now the tracking code stops tracking as soon as they leave the page with the signup form, so there is no way to see whether a visitor subscribed or just left the page. Untitled Document Warm regards, Mary Ann ...
Sent June 7th 2014
Glad to hear it's an easy fix. Untitled Document Warm regards, Mary Ann On Jun 7, 2014, at 10:17 PM, Justin J <email@example.com> wrote:Here's that issue you just brought up: https://github.com/justingit/dada-mail/issues/444It's gonna be an easy fix - ...
Sent June 7th 2014
Here's that issue you just brought up: https://github.com/justingit/dada-mail/issues/444 It's gonna be an easy fix - ...
Sent June 7th 2014
Great, thanks. :) I was pleased that the problems I had with the partial list mailings were resolved when I upgraded (at least as far as my test lists go - a mailing to the big list hasn't gone out yet but I assume it will have the same results). Untitled Document Warm regards, Mary Ann On Jun 7, 2014, at 10:01 PM, Justin J <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:And thanks for the issue report for Beatitude - I think the changes I've made will fix the things you've found and should be out in v7.0.5, (https://g...
Sent June 7th 2014
On Jun 3, 2014, at 5:35 PM, Mary Ann Kelley p.p. Dada Mail Developers (maryann _at_ thehomeschoolmom.com) wrote: > I use p.p. mode with bridge and most from: names render fine. Certain addresses show up like this screen grab: > https://www.evernote.com/shard/s109/sh/8a2cf59a-4449-43a3-81b1-56bb49a4546d/74e35fa51ac8784a0503bdc443682e39 > > The utf-8 encoding garble is what is showing up in the listing of emails instead of the sender's name, and when the email is opened it precedes that address instead of ...
Sent June 3rd 2014
I use p.p. mode with bridge and most from: names render fine. Certain addresses show up like this screen grab:https://www.evernote.com/shard/s109/sh/8a2cf59a-4449-43a3-81b1-56bb49a4546d/74e35fa51ac8784a0503bdc443682e39The utf-8 encoding garble is what is showing up in the listing of emails instead of the sender's name, and when the email is opened it precedes that address instead of listing the name. Most of the time it displays the name properly. I haven't been able to determine a common factor like certain ISPs, but i...
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