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Sent December 16th 2014

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Dada Mail v7.4.0 Beta 1 Released: Digests, Schedule Mailings

Sent December 9th 2014

Hello Everyone, v7.4.0 Beta 1 is out, which has all the work I've been doing for the past coupla months - most notably Digest support and Schedule Mailings in the core of the app, rather than in the unmaintainable plugin - Download and install, here: http://dadamailproject.com/support/documentation-7_4_0-beta1/install_dada_mail.pod.html Digest feature overview: http://dadamailproject.com/support/documentation-7_4_0-beta1/features-digests.pod.html Changelog: http://dadamailproject.com/support/documentation-7_4...

Re: Retro New Feature: Schedules!

Sent December 4th 2014

> On Dec 4, 2014, at 3:32 PM, Bruce Harper bharper@vt.edu [Dada Mail Developers] wrote: > Will this enable a continuing schedule for a message? Not on the initial release. I'd like to instead get what I'm finishing up out there, for people to work with, and perhaps give back some feedback. Already with Beatitude, people want to send on schedules that aren't so uniform - they want: "Every weekday", or, "Monday/Wednesday/Friday", or even just, "Every Monday" and that's not somethin...

Re: Retro New Feature: Schedules!

Sent December 4th 2014

Re: Retro New Feature: Schedules! On Thu, Dec 4, 2014 at 4:50 PM, Justin wrote:> Instead, I've added scheduling as an option to both the Send a Message, and Send a Webpage screens, so that you can turn any draft message into a message to be sent sometime in the future, rather than right away.Will this enable a continuing schedule for a message? We send four messages from a webpage every weekday morning and another two messages every Wednesday morning. The current plug-in has a "repeat" section that follo...

Retro New Feature: Schedules!

Sent December 4th 2014

Hello Everyone, I've been hard at work with rewriting Mass Mailing Schedules in Dada Mail. The venerable Beatitude plugin is getting a bit long in the tooth, and is written in a way that makes it very, very hard to enhance in any really easy way. It's marked as, "deprecated" (I'd like to dump it, ASAP). Instead, I've added scheduling as an option to both the Send a Message, and Send a Webpage screens, so that you can turn any draft message into a message to be sent sometime in the future, rather than righ...

Digests enabled in Bridge

Sent November 21st 2014

Hello Everyone, For those who would like to help test out the Digest feature in Dada Mail, it's now enabled in the Dada Mail running this very list!. To do so, you'll need to login to your profile, here: http://dadamailproject.com/cgi-bin/dada/mail.cgi?f=profile_login If you haven't done so, it's possible you have no idea what your Profile password is. There are options to reset that password, or register for a new profile. Giving that this list is 14+ years old, it's also possible that you have no profile (as ...

(re)Introducing Digests!

Sent November 21st 2014

Hello everyone, I've been commissioned to reimplement Digests in Dada Mail - the work can currently be found here: https://github.com/justingit/dada-mail/tree/features-digest_option It's a pretty big feature at the moment (42 changed files, with 2,739 additions and 951 deletions.). I never really thought the original implementation was really all that hot: it was very awkward to set up, as it required two separate lists that somehow were to be aligned to work right. With those two lists, the digest members couldn...

Re: template tag for sender?

Sent November 12th 2014

There isn't, but I can put it on the TODO to add such a feature - sounds like it would be useful, ...

template tag for sender?

Sent November 12th 2014

I know Justin isn't around, but I'm wondering if anyone can tell me if there is a template tag for the original sender's address in Bridge. I would like to put a footer in the emails that has the original sender's email address since P.P. mode converts the address to the list owner's address. The only tag I have found is the subscriber's email address (<!-- tmpl_var subscriber.email -->) but it seems like there should be one for the sender as well. Untitled Document Warm regards, Mary Ann ...

Re: Dada Mail - no CSS

Sent November 9th 2014

Great - thanks Justin. Doh! Doug -----Original Message----- From: Justin J justin@dadamailproject.com [Dada Mail Developers] [mailto:dadadev@dadamailproject.com] Sent: 31 October 2014 23:45 To: Dada Mail Developers Subject: Re: Dada Mail - no CSS > I know the CSS file is located at > > /cgi-bin/dada_mail_support_files/static/css/dada_mail.css > > But can anyone tell me where I should be finding the url link to this file to check it is correct? When you install Dada Mail, don't set the location of...

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