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PHPMailer-ML v1.5 released

Posted by Andy Prevost (CodeworxTech) 2009-06-15

PHPMailer v5.0.0

All new release of PHPMailer, major rewrites of class.smtp.php, and added Exception Handling routines to provide you more feedback in your own scripts. Faster, leaner -- better! Check it out at http://phpmailer.codeworxtech.com.

Posted by Andy Prevost (CodeworxTech) 2009-04-04

PHPMailer v2.0.4

Last release of PHPMailer that supports PHP4 contains a small fix to the SMTP class.

Posted by Andy Prevost (CodeworxTech) 2009-04-04

PHPMailer-ML v1.4 released

PHPMailer-FX fixes (inc.campaigns.php), updated PHPMailer version, recommended upgrade.

Posted by Andy Prevost (CodeworxTech) 2009-04-04

PHPMailer-FE v4.0.2 released

PHPMailer-FE v4.0.2 contains a few fixes, enhancements for Flash form users.

Posted by Andy Prevost (CodeworxTech) 2009-03-26

PHPMailer-FE v4.0 major upgrade

PHPMailer-FE v4.0 now supports Flash forms (including return code), and multiple attachments. Users can also have different FROM email and name for each form. Download from https://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=26031&package_id=255522, view at http://phpmailer.codeworxtech.com.

Posted by Andy Prevost (CodeworxTech) 2009-01-24

PHPMailer-ML v1.0.1 released!

PHPMailer-ML is a fully functional mailing list manager (MySQL) and newsletter system. It uses PHPMailer to send emails. The software is a basic tool to showcase the use of PHPMailer and some extended functions to overcome PHP script execution limitations. PHPMailer-ML can support virtually any size mailing list. The newsletter builder is a textarea, but can accept HTML and/or text based content and features a WYSIWYG editor.
Enjoy!

Posted by Andy Prevost (CodeworxTech) 2008-07-30

PHPMailer: ML v1rc1 released!

PHP email transport class featuring file attachments, SMTP servers, CCs, BCCs, HTML messages, word wrap, and more. Sends email via sendmail, PHP mail(), QMail, or with SMTP. New PHPMailer v2.1 for PHP5 released!!

The "tutorial" app matures and adds terrific functionality.
- added open source WYSIWYG editor
(http://www.openwebware.com/ - LPGL license)
- added functionality to save campaigns
- added ability to save/send campaigns
- added ability to multi-edit campaigns
- added ability to send HTML & Text messages, or Text Only (previous was Text Only)
- added auto-stripping HTML to create text portion of message using HTML2Text
(http://www.chuggnutt.com/html2text.php - GPL license - we highly recommend this class to use
with PHPMailer - note we changed the extension from .inc to .php)
- can use a template file for new newsletter campaigns
- no known bugs (none reported from beta2)

Posted by Andy Prevost (CodeworxTech) 2008-07-18

PHPMailer-ML version 1 beta 2 released

PHPMailer is a fully functional mailing list manager (MySQL) and newsletter system. It uses PHPMailer to send emails. The software is a basic tool to showcase the use of PHPMailer and some extended functions to overcome PHP script execution limitations. PHPMailer-ML can support virtually any size mailing list. The newsletter builder is a textarea, but can accept HTML and/or text based content.
Enjoy!

Posted by Andy Prevost (CodeworxTech) 2008-06-29

PHPMailer v2.0.2 for PHP4 released!

Planned as the last release of PHPMailer to support PHP4 ... get your copy today!

Posted by Andy Prevost (CodeworxTech) 2008-06-19

PHPMailer v2.1 for PHP5 released!

Now out of beta ... PHPMailer v2.1 is available in the download section.

Posted by Andy Prevost (CodeworxTech) 2008-06-19

PHPMailer v2.1.0beta2 released for PHP5

Implemented enhanced EncodeQP function submitted by coolbru. Further testing done.

Posted by Andy Prevost (CodeworxTech) 2007-12-03

PHPMailer v2.0.0 released for PHP4!

Full release. Enjoy!
Andy Prevost.

Posted by Andy Prevost (CodeworxTech) 2007-12-03

Two new releases!

We have released version 2.0.0 release candidate 2 that includes more examples, POP-before-SMTP (POP3) support, and more. Check it out!
We also have released a beta version of PHPMailer for PHP5. This new release, v2.1.0beta1, is intended for testing purposes only and should not be used in a live environment.
Enjoy!

Posted by Andy Prevost (CodeworxTech) 2007-11-17

PHPMailer v2.0.0 rc1 released!

Along with new Project Administrator, we have a new release. The list of fixes, enhancements, and extensions is quite extensive. Have a look at the changelog.txt file on the project website for a glance. This version gives us PHP4 and PHP5 basic compatibility. Full PHP5 compatibility in next release. Looking to contribute as a developer? Our goal is to restore PHPMailer to its leadership position as the ultimate email class for PHP.

Posted by Andy Prevost (CodeworxTech) 2007-11-08

PHPMailer 1.73 Released - Major Bug Fix!

This release fixes a major denial of service bug. It also adds nine new translations and fixes another minor bug. Upgrading is highly recommended.

Change log:
Fixed denial of service bug: http://www.cybsec.com/vuln/PHPMailer-DOS.pdf
Now has a total of 20 translations
* Fixed alt attachments bug: http://tinyurl.com/98u9k

Posted by Brent R. Matzelle 2005-07-11

New Project Launched - Nini

I just launched a new project called Nini that is a software configuration library written in 100% C# for the .NET Framework. This software contains a concise API for abstracting the access of multiple configuration types: INI, .NET config files, registry, XML files, and command-line options. It also includes an INI parser library. If you want to know more about Nini then proceed to the project homepage:... read more

Posted by Brent R. Matzelle 2004-06-07

PHPMailer 1.72 released

This is mainly a bug fix release. Five new translations have been added.

Posted by Brent R. Matzelle 2004-05-26

PHPMailer 1.71 released

This is an interim bug fix release. Two new translations have been added. It is highly recommended that everyone update to this version. Read the ChangeLog for full details.

Posted by Brent R. Matzelle 2003-08-06

PHPMailer 1.70 released

See the project homepage: http://phpmailer.sourceforge.net/ for more information.

Posted by Brent R. Matzelle 2003-06-24

PHPMailer 1.65 released

This release fixes a large amount of bugs. Upgrading is highly recommended for all users. The changes are listed below:

Changes:
New $Hostname variable
New Message-ID header
Received header reformat
Helo variable default changed to $Hostname
Removed extra spaces in Content-Type definition (#667182)
Return-Path should be set to Sender when set
Adds Q or B encoding to headers when necessary
quoted-encoding should now encode NULs \000
Fixed encoding of body/AltBody (#553370)
Adds "To: undisclosed-recipients:;" when all recipients are hidden (BCC)
Fixed non-visible attachment bug (#585097) for Outlook
SMTP connections are now closed after each transaction
Fixed SMTP::Expand return value
Converted SMTP class documentation to phpDocumentor format

Posted by Brent R. Matzelle 2003-01-23

PHPMailer 1.62 released

This new version of PHPMailer is mainly a bug fix and maintenance release. It fixes the multiple-attachment bug, a couple word wrap bugs, reduces the memory consumption of the attachment code, and adds more debugging. Furthermore, it now is documented with the phpDocumentor format.

Posted by Brent R. Matzelle 2002-06-26

PHPMailer 1.60 released

The last couple of months have been devoted to making phpmailer more stable for more mail servers and clients. This release fixes a major bug with the qmail MTA. A patch for /usr/bin/sendmail has been contributed. Some thanks must go out to the Eudora programmers for making the most stringent client regarding MIME emails. This client helped me fix a lot of bugs that were previously too difficult to find. ... read more

Posted by Brent R. Matzelle 2002-04-10

PHPMailer 1.50 released

Here is the list of changes since PHPMailer 1.41:

  • Added enhanced SMTP debug support
  • Added support for multiple ports on SMTP
  • Added Received header
  • Set WordWrap variable to int with a zero default
  • Fix extra lines when not using SMTP mailer
  • Fixed AltBody order problem
  • Several other bug fixes
Posted by Brent R. Matzelle 2001-11-13