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Version 5.0.0 Beta1 of Dada Mail

Release Notes: This release features a complete redesign of the UI to bring it up to date and make it easier and more enjoyable to use.

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    •  07 Apr 2014 23:02

    Release Notes: Major features in this release include support for running private mailing lists, abuse reporting, saving subscription dates, advanced searching, and mass updating of subscribers and their related profile field information, as well as a new revision of the manual, now also available as a DRM-free PDF download.

    Release Notes: This release includes the following enhancements: private mailing lists, abuse reporting, subscriber subscription date saved as a timestamp, advanced search/partial sending list options, mass update of subscriber profile fields based on advanced search, support for required profile fields, and more powerful list control panel address importing.

    •  10 Feb 2014 22:50

      Release Notes: This is a bugfix release.

      •  03 Jan 2014 00:30

        Release Notes: This release features upgrades to the bundled versions of CKeditor and TinyMCE, as well as the inclusion of a Core5 Labs File Manager Web-based file manager. This release also features a separate Moderators sublist used to moderate group discussion messages, "On Behalf Of" mode to use Dada Mail with Amazon SES for group discussion list sending, as well as modifications of Dada Mail's auto-adjust batch sending speeds for Amazon SES sending, allowing you to send out messages faster.

        •  09 Nov 2013 03:09

          Release Notes: This release brings back the option to enable/disable tracking clickthroughs for email address links (, which was added in 6.3.0, and then mysteriously disappeared. The default is to disable clickthrough tracking for these types of links.


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