Release Notes: This release is a minor release, up from 2.11 Alpha 7. It features enhancements and optimizations to the SQL (Postgres, MySQL, and SQLite) backend schemas as well as all the bugfixes inherited from the 2.10.16 stable version.
Release Notes: This release fixes bugs found in the 2.10.12 series of Dada Mail. This release also has a few interesting new features. A new FAQ on email sending has been bundled. The SMTP engine has moved from Net::SMTP to Net::SMTP_auth to allow you to choose the exact type of SASL authentication you'd like to use as well as an extension to allow SSL/TLS connections. CAPTCHA functionality has been added to the "Send an Archived Message" feature. A new Subscription Form extension that uses AJAX has been added, among other things.
Release Notes: This release includes bugfixes found in the 2.10.8 series (ten documented, as well as numerous undocumented) as well as various enhancements. Mystery Girl, the bounce handler for Dada Mail now supports a scores-based bounce system. The administration session system now supports backends for MySQL, PostgreSQL, and the Berkeley DB instead of just the Flatfile system. A new SMTP engine based on the Net::SMTP package was included (the old SMTP engine based on Mail::Bulkmail is still available). Some minor discussion list enhancements have been applied.
Release Notes: This release features the integration of the FCKeditor WYSIWYG HTML editor for authoring email messages.
Release Notes: This release features updates to the feed capabilities of Dada Mail. RSS has been updated to 2.0 from .91, and Atom has been updated from .03 to 1.0. Since Atom version .03 has been officially deprecated, it is advised that you upgrade if you do rely on this feature.
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: 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: This version of Mojo Mail features an entirely rewritten bounce handler, Mystery Girl. She's intelligent enough to handle hard and soft bounces and can be configured using a set of 'Rules'.