Dada Mail can help you manage a mailing list, offers complete support for safe, closed-loop opt-in subscriptions, sends out mass mailings, keeps an archive of your messages, and allows you to share your messages in many ways. It runs on your Web hosting account and you interact with it through your Web browser, making it available anywhere you have a connection to the Internet. You do not have to rely on a third-party list management system with costly monthly fees. It is rich with features, but tries to keep it simple. It is designed to favor flexibility, extensibility, and ease-of-use over core speed or extremely flashy but hard-to-use features. It is designed to be installed, set up, and understood by regular people who have Web sites, but has enough advanced features to entice more proficient users. If you've ever installed a bulletin board or blog software, you should be able to install Dada Mail without too many problems. Dada Mail can scale. You can install Dada Mail on most any basic hosting account and start sending out messages. If your mailing list grows large, you can switch to sending with a more powerful third-party system, like Amazon SES, where there's potentially no limit on the number of emails you may send, all without having to change mailing list management systems or your hosting.
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Release Notes: This is primarily a bugfix release, although some of issues fixed are fairly important things, if you are utilizing Profile Fields.
Release Notes: This is primarily a bugfix release, although there are new configuration options in the included installer to enable the Global Blacklist and Global Unsubscribe features, as well as to set how much of your Amazon SES quota Dada Mail can take advantage of. "On Behalf Of (p.p. mode)" has been enable by default for discussion lists in the Bridge plugin, to work around the DMARC problems people have recently been facing. The Bounce Handler plugin now also has a few more specific rules to deal with bounces because of Yahoo's new DMARC policy.
Release Notes: Bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Major features in this release include support for running private mailing lists, abuse reporting, saving subscription dates, advanced searching, and mass updating of subscribers and their related profile field information, as well as a new revision of the manual, now also available as a DRM-free PDF download.
Release Notes: This release includes the following enhancements: private mailing lists, abuse reporting, subscriber subscription date saved as a timestamp, advanced search/partial sending list options, mass update of subscriber profile fields based on advanced search, support for required profile fields, and more powerful list control panel address importing.