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Email-reminder allows users to define events that they want to be reminded of by email. Possible events include birthdays, anniversaries, weekly, monthly, and yearly events. Reminders can be sent on the day of the event and a few days beforehand. It uses a cron job to checks for events and send reminders once a day, and a simple GUI that allows users to edit the reminders they want to receive.

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Recent releases

  •  26 Jan 2014 14:30

    Release Notes: This is a minor release which updates the upstream URL and fixes the tests for recent versions of Perl.

    •  31 Jan 2010 09:14

      Release Notes: This release includes a bug fix for yearly events where the year is unknown. If you have any such events (for example, birthdays for people too shy to tell you how old they are) you should definitely upgrade or else you will not receive any of these reminders.

      •  11 Mar 2009 20:54

        Release Notes: This release fixes a bug introduced in 0.7.4 that affects all users of the anniversary event type. Many anniversary events were not being sent. It also includes a minor fix to the salutation blurb when sending reminders to a third party, and a new checkbox in the preferences of the graphical editor. The Net::SMTP::SSL Perl module is now truly optional, and no errors will be returned if you don't have it installed.

        •  20 Nov 2008 01:08

          Release Notes: This version includes support for SSL-enhanced SMTP servers with the "smtp_ssl = 1" configuration option, and eliminates the "No reminders found for..." message that some users reported getting from their cron logs.

          •  13 Apr 2008 08:07

            Release Notes: This small release fixes the encoding of accented characters in the subject line of email messages and various small issues related to the home directories of users.


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