Release Notes: This release contains significant changes to the entire archiving system, including viewing, searching, saving, and syndicating archived messages. This release also contains significant work on adhering to best practices for formatting email messages to work nicely with filtering software. Among other small enhancements, much work has done for the usability of the program's Web based interface and to its xHTML-based templates.
Release Notes: This release primarily fixes minor bugs that were introduced with 2.8.16 alpha 3. Some of these bugs made testing of the previous alpha version difficult.
Release Notes: This release added a new Email Formatting Engine, VERP support for outgoing messages, and Mystery Girl, a bounce handler. The default templates were rewritten and are nw XHTML compliant. Major code refactoring was undertaken, and almost 90% of the embedded HTML was moved to templates using the HTML::Template module.
Release Notes: Most of the changes in this release are bugfixes and code cleanups.
Release Notes: In addition to bugfixes, this version included a new MySQL/PostgreSQL backend for message archiving, greatly enhanced RSS feeds for archived messages, a new experimental plugin called "dada_bridge.pl" that supports both sending mailing list messages from a mail reader and group discussion lists, and a new templating system based on HTML::Template.
Release Notes: This version is a maintenance release focusing on bugfixes and stability issues.
Release Notes: Out of the box, this release should be compliant with the US CAN-SPAM law. It also supports The Habeas Warrant Mark, a special set of email headers that mark an mailing list message as legitimate.
Release Notes: In addition to bugfixes, this release features automatic backup of list settings and archives. Backup files are server independent.
Release Notes: This release contains mostly bug fixes, including two fixes to potentially large security flaws in the program that affect all versions below this one. Please read: http://mojo.skazat.com/project/security-2_8_11.html For more information.
Release Notes: The name was changed (for legal reasons). The focus of the project is now as a conceptual art piece. A few minor feature enhancements and bugfixes were made.