Easily Use Dada Mail with Google Analytics Campaign Tracking

Dada Mail v10.7.0 comes with new options in the Send a Message, and Send a Webpage screens, to help you easily create special query parameters that can then be understood by using Google Analytics. with them,  you can then keep track of visitors that originate from your mass mailings.

In this blog post, I’m going to assume you’re familiar … Read the rest


Configuring your Dada Mail install to work over https

Many website owners are moving their site’s configuration from http to https connections.

But, when they do so, they find that their Dada Mail installs seem to become broken: images don’t show up, and no styles are applied. What to do?

Thankfully, the fix is simple: all you’ll need to do is change your Dada Mail’s global configuration from your … Read the rest


Using Rich Filemanager to Add Images and Attachments in Dada Mail

v10.5.0 of Dada Mail comes with a new file browser/uploader, called Rich Filemanager! This tool allows you to select files from your desktop computer, upload them to the server that Dada Mail is running on, and select the file to add as an inline image or as a file attachment for your mass mailing. Once the file has been … Read the rest


Dada Mail v10.5.0 Beta 1 Released: Rich File Manager Support!

10.5.0 Beta 1 is out! Give it a try, and give back and feedback you may have:

Download and Install (Pro Dada version is available, too)

http://dadamailproject.com/support/documentation-10_5_0-beta1/install_dada_mail.pod.html

Changes:

http://dadamailproject.com/support/documentation-10_5_0-beta1/changes_10_x.pod.html#Beta

Rich Filemanager Support

Dada Mail has come shipped with multiple file managers: KCFinder, and Core5 Filemanger. We’re adding a new filemanager called, Rich Filemanager (https://github.com/servocoder/RichFilemanager) which will be set … Read the rest


Demo: Easily Import and Export Subscribers in a Dada Mail Mailing List

We get asked quite a bit about if it’s possible to import an already existing mailing list into Dada Mail, as well as if it’s possible to export a mailing list out. The answer to both of these questions is a resounding, yes! The above screen cast should demo both of these abilities quite nicely. (Sorry for the cracklin’ Read the rest


Add Images To Your Newsletter Messages in Dada Mail

New to Dada Mail v10.4.0 is the ability to upload images right into the Rich Text Editor you’ll find in the Send a Message screen just by either copying and pasting the image from a graphics program, or just dragging and dropping an image from your computer’s file manger. Check out the above screencast to see how.

These two new … Read the rest


Use Amazon SES with Dada Mail for Inexpensive and Very Effective Email Marketing


Sending using Amazon SES for huge daily quotas, and fast delivery!

Dada Mail loves Amazon SES! Coupled with Dada Mail, Amazon’s Simple Email Service gives you the horsepower you need, and the deliverability you desire at a price point that rivals any mailing list service, while also keep your freedom to switch to perhaps a better option in the future, … Read the rest


Are My Mass Mailings Being Received? Part #1: Sending Errors and the Tracker plugin

I work with a whole lot of different clients in making sure their mass mailings are going out successfully. One of the pressing issues they’re always worried about is: did my message actually get sent out?

Although we can’t ultimately control where a message will be delivered when it finds itself into a mail client,  we can do our best … Read the rest


Discussion Lists: Why is the From: header being rewritten?

Recently, I’ve been getting many people wondering why, when running a discussion list in Bridge, that the From: header is rewritten from it’s original form, say:

From: "Subscriber Name" <subscriber@their-domain.com>

to something else completely :

From: "Subscriber Name subscriber@their-domain.com [List Name]" <list.email@your-domain.com>

In my first example, the name of the subscriber (Subscriber Name) occupies the phrase of the … Read the rest