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sendcard

sendcard is an advanced ecard program. It is very flexible and easy to customize. Some of its features are: an easy installation wizard, password-protected administration controls, statistics on the cards sent, a smart template system, multiple recipients support, delayed sending, support for JPEG, GIF, PNG, Flash, Java applets, Quicktime, and other media types, optional background music, optional emoticons, support for 9 databases (MySQL, PostgreSQL, Interbase, MS SQL, mSQL, OCi8, ODBC, Oracle, and Sybase), optional email notification of receipt, print-friendly layouts, and comprehensive documentation.

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  •  25 Dec 2003 00:47

    Release Notes: This release fixes a problem which prevented the "delayed send" feature from working. The PHP-Nuke integration has been improved.

    •  12 Jun 2003 18:28

      Release Notes: The license has been changed to be GPL compatible. Experimental integration into PHP-Nuke has been added. Support has been added for SMTP and Sendmail/qmail, in addition to PHP's mail() function. Multilingual support has been improved.

      •  06 Jul 2002 10:22

        Release Notes: Minor bugfixes and an updated homepage URL.

        •  04 Nov 2001 11:00

          Release Notes: The version numbering system was slightly changed. A bug which prevented sendcard from working under PHP3 was fixed, sections of the code were tuned for speed, and a bug that prevented emoticons from working was fixed. Quicktime support was modified so to provide support for IE5.5sp2 and IE6.

          •  18 Aug 2001 12:59

            Release Notes: This release adds an administration interface, a plugin architecture, updated template support, and support for Java applets and Flash movies.

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