Release Notes: This is the biggest release yet: it offers many new and valuable features like a new extension architecture for plugins, default actions for mail opening and link clicks, context-sensitive online help, user-defined columns for the recipient list, a new Web service API with 42 method calls, a multi-mailqueue backend to boost mail output, and many other enhancements and improvements.
Release Notes: This version provides a new user interface to improve usability and a long list of new features like various improvements for the CMS module and to the import wizard, dynamic templates, a tag validator, a link checker, and the user activity log.
Release Notes: This release lets you throttle the speed of mailing delivery, offers an unlimited size for attachments, allows the global setting of follow-up actions for link clicks, and provides some performance improvements (CMS and database). And all known bugs were fixed in this release.
Release Notes: This version comes with a slight GUI rebrush, an update of the import wizard, improved handling of deleted target groups, and various bug fixes.
Release Notes: This is mainly a bugfix release.
Release Notes: This is a major release with lots of new features like a separate CMS module, a hardened login process, a user interface with resizeable list columns, embedded click statistics, a new and improved import wizard with online editing, context sensitive online help for wizards, new operators for target groups, a French translation for online help, a new action "service mail" to enhance capabilities for transaction mails, new Web services to create and delete mailing lists, a Chinese translation of the user interface, and a recovery process to rebuild mailings in generation after a crash.
Release Notes: This version fixes all known bugs and offers a feature to automatically remove old bounce information from the OpenEMM database to keep the database small (see install guide 5.5.1 for details). Furthermore, the fields "gender" and "mailtype" are no longer mandatory for imports.
Release Notes: New features like statistic charts showing mail openings over time (week/day) and the ability to delete recipients from the database. The format and size of lists for mailings, templates, and recipients can be changed now thanks to some AJAX wizardry. This release comes with a lowered memory footprint, and the Linux version no longer needs Sendmail. If you decide to keep Sendmail, it can be shared with other applications. A Web service method named "updateSubscriber" has been introduced.
Release Notes: Minor bugfixes.