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Re: 7.3 Features

Sent October 10th 2014

Yikes! I mean for v7.3! I've been working pretty steadily on the experimental WebServices API, the current services are now supported: * validate subscriptions * subscriptions * unsubscriptions * fetching list settings * saving list settings * mass mailing clients are available in Perl and php - both have the exact same functionality and pretty much the same API: Browse the clients, here: https://github.com/justingit/dada-mail/tree/features-admin_subscribe_api/dada/extras/scripts/webservices Docs are current...

Mail Tester

Sent October 6th 2014

Pretty interesting little tool to check out, https://www.mail-tester.com/ Cheers, ...

7.2 Features

Sent September 29th 2014

Hello everyone, I'm currently working on v7.2 of Dada Mail - some features that'll make this release: Updates to rich editors and file manager/browsers * CKeditor/TinyMCE KCFinder/Core5 Filemanager will all be updated to the latest stable releases I'd love to say there's some fancy things awaiting you, but I haven't found any differences, weird bugs fixed not withstanding. Things certainly are faster in CKEditor, as the code is shipped as one hyooge file, rather than dozens of little files. There ARE security f...

Re: php 5.3 & Dadamail

Sent September 22nd 2014

Thanks, Bruce. Untitled Document Warm regards, Mary Ann I'm running Pro Dada version 7.2.0 Stable on a Macintosh with PHP 5.5.10, Apache 2.2.26, and MySQL version 5.6.16 with no problems at all.Bruce in BlacksburgVirginia Tech Webmaster ...

Re: php 5.3 & Dadamail

Sent September 22nd 2014

Re: Re: php 5.3 & Dadamail On Mon, Sep 22, 2014 at 10:15 AM, Mary Ann wrote:As part of the process, Apache will be upgraded to 2.2.29  - any issues with that?I'm running Pro Dada version 7.2.0 Stable on a Macintosh with PHP 5.5.10, Apache 2.2.26, and MySQL version 5.6.16 with no problems at all.Bruce in BlacksburgVirginia Tech Webmaster ...

Re: php 5.3 & Dadamail

Sent September 22nd 2014

As part of the process, Apache will be upgraded to 2.2.29  - any issues with that? Untitled Document Warm regards, Mary Ann FWIW, PHP v5.3 has been ‘end of lifed’ like Windows XP… http://php.net/archive/2014.php#id2014-08-14-1 now that v5.6 has been released and v5.4 is pretty stable along w/ v5.5  ...

Re: php 5.3 & Dadamail

Sent September 22nd 2014

Re: php 5.3 & Dadamail FWIW, PHP v5.3 has been ‘end of lifed’ like Windows XP… http://php.net/archive/2014.php#id2014-08-14-1 now that v5.6 has been released and v5.4 is pretty stable along w/ v5.5 *Dave Leffler* *From:* Mary Ann Kelley p.p. Dada Mail Developers (maryann _at_ thehomeschoolmom.com) [mailto:justin@dadamailproject.com] *Sent:* Monday, September 22, 2014 9:55 AM*To:* Dada Mail Developers*Subject:* Re: php 5.3 & Dadamail Thank you.Warm regards,Mary AnnOn Sep 22, 2014, at 9:48 AM, &quo...

Re: php 5.3 & Dadamail

Sent September 22nd 2014

Thank you. Untitled Document Warm regards, Mary Ann On Sep 22, 2014, at 9:48 AM, "Mariano Absatz ": Re: php 5.3 & Dadamail I'm pretty sure dadamail uses no PHP at all and PHP might as well not be installed. You can upgrade PHP which will definitively NOT break dadamail (not sure about any other stuff you might be running, though).--Mariano Absatz - El Babywww.clueless.com.ar ...

Re: php 5.3 & Dadamail

Sent September 22nd 2014

On Sep 22, 2014, at 7:37 AM, Mary Ann Kelley p.p. Dada Mail Developers (maryann _at_ thehomeschoolmom.com) wrote: > I need to upgrade to php 5.3 on my server. I'm running dada 7.05. I know that dada is perl, but I wasn't sure if it uses php for anything and I just wanted to check before I upgrade to be sure that there won't be any issues with Dada. Dada Mail is written in Perl, but there are parts that are written in php, actually. The KCFinder backend is written in PHP, so that is a consideration. KCfinder is on...

Re: php 5.3 & Dadamail

Sent September 22nd 2014

Re: php 5.3 & Dadamail I'm pretty sure dadamail uses no PHP at all and PHP might as well not be installed. You can upgrade PHP which will definitively NOT break dadamail (not sure about any other stuff you might be running, though).--Mariano Absatz - El Babywww.clueless.com.ar On Mon, Sep 22, 2014 at 10:37 AM, Mary Ann Kelley p.p. Dada Mail Developers <justin@dadamailproject.com> wrote:I need to upgrade to php 5.3 on my server. I'm running dada 7.05. I know that dada is perl, but I wasn't sure if it uses ph...

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