This introduction covers the Beta release of Dada Mail, 3.0
It's pretty obvious, you're going to be interested in Dada Mail, because Dada Mail now has support for Arbitrary Subscriber Fields.
That means, if you have a subscriber and you want to have a place to save their First Name, Last Name, Favorite Color, etc, now you can:
The "Subscriber Field" screen: add/edit/delete subscriber fields.
Add new subscribers one by one, by pasting in a CSV file (easily saved/exported from something like Microsoft Excel), or, select a CSV file:
Add new Subscribers in a whole bunch of ways.
Have the choice to either add a subscriber, or send an invitation to subscribe themselves:
The verification screen will let you know which addresses are valid and give you the choice to invite, or subscirbe a new subscriber.
Invitations can be sent out with a customized invitation message, in PlainText and/or HTML:
Send List Messages with dymanic content, with values taken from the subscriber fields, using a simple tag language:
Or, use more advanced if/unless/loop blocks and make extremely targeted email messages:
And/or, use the subscription information you're saving to send only to a part of your mailing list:
Other than that feature above, you may be interested in Dada Mail's enhanced Sending Monitor, which allows you to see where on your list exactly the sending is at, allows you to pause, pickup, resume and stop a mailing - and other niceties.
Use Dada Mail's powerful, yet easy-to-use sending options to tailor your mailings to be slow enough to work with your hosting providers limits, or as fast as you think your Big Iron can take: