Welcome to the home of the poMMo Project! (formerly the bMail project)
poMMo is versatile mass mailing software. It can be used to add a mailing list to your Web site or to organize stand alone mailings. Unique Features such as the ability to mail subsets of your subscribers set it apart from alternatives. poMMo is written in PHP and freely provided under the [GPL].
- Designed to be easy to use and powerful, poMMo provides flexible Mailing Management that everyone needs -- from Software Projects to Shoe Stores, to Marketing Firms, to pioneers of the Blogosphere... Let us know where you are using poMMo by visiting our In the Wild page.
15:18, 8 May 2008 (CDT)
- The inclusion of Swift PHP Mailer and PHPTAL in poMMo hinge on the decision to move forward (to PHP5). As I am not a tyrant, I want to hear how this will affect the people. Those with webhosts whom have been living under a bridge in transcendental meditation will likely be impacted for the worse... and may never benefit from the many advantages PHP 5 has to offer. Please let us know how the switch to PHP5 and PHPTAL will impact you by filling out a quick survey. For discussion, visit this forum thread. Thanks!
20:32, 2 April 2008 (CDT)
- Aardvark PR16.1 has been released. This is primarily a maintenance release, but also adds fine grain control of messages displayed and/or emailed to your users. If you are upgrading to this version, please consult the PR16.1 Upgrade Bulletin -- as your confirmation, welcome, and record access letters will be reset to factory defaults. As usual, checkout the release notes for a full list of changes.
09:41, 9 February 2008 (CST)
- Aardvark PR16 is out of the gates and running strongly. The Online Demonstration has been updated for your previewing convenience. This is a milestone release with massive code rewrites and improvements. See the PR16rc1-4 release notes for details. Many, many thanks to those who tested and left feedback on the release candidates.
- Development continues with a focus on; 1) improving internationalization (i10n) support by formally addressing character set issues, 2) enhancing subscriber import, and 3) beautifying the interface. Upgrading to PR16 is straightforward and highly recommended. Enjoy!
15:41, 5 January 2008 (CST)
- A new release of poMMo is almost ready. The focus of this release is to improve usability. Thus far I have completely overhauled subscriber management, mailing compostion, and core libraries. For a complete list of changes, see the release notes for the PR16 "release candidate" (rc) series. Please Test this release if you can, and post your findings to the official release thread. Happy 2008 and many thanks to our translatiors!
11:23, 5 August 2007 (CDT)
- Just a quick note; I've been hard at work fixing bugs and enhancing SQL generation and Date handling. I have fixed sorting by dates, by "unchecked" subscribers, and buggy behavior with group inclusion/exclusion. Also, dates can now go as far back as 100AD, and well into the future -- and the display preference is configurable ON-THE-FLY in config.php (e.g. 1: YYYY/MM/DD vs. 2: MM/DD/YYYY vs. 3: DD/MM/YYYY). I hope to release soon... once the subscriber management grid is re-written to work with the latest version of jQuery (which has been upgraded in SVN and breaks some behavior). I hope everyone is having a good time. ~ Brice
16:26, 28 April 2007 (CDT)
- Aardvark PR15.1 has just been released. The new version addresses some minor issues reported with PR15. If you haven't yet made the migration to PR15, I've updated the online demonstration to help convince you. An Upgrade should be straight forward (if necessary). If you're North, enjoy the Spring! If you're South, enjoy the Fall!
22:02, 8 April 2007 (CDT)
- I am pleased to announce the release of Aardvark PR15 -- a milestone release. Included for your pleasure are mailing templates, a vastly improved mailing processor, administrator notifications, "or" type group filtering rules, and LOADS MORE! This release is codenamed "meow", after my cat Reggie. Upgrading is highly recommended. An updated demonstration + roadmap to follow. If you're interested in contributing, join our community forums.
02:03, 10 March 2007 (CST)
- Long time, no update! I can ensure you; I have not been dwindling my time down by the river, nor have had a sudden hanckering to sit down and code the next release of poMMo overnight. The truth is that I have been working steady on PR15 since New Years, and now have a release candidate ready. That said, there is much to be excited about. Please consider participating in the testing by visiting the PR15 RC1 forum thread.
13:27, 23 January 2007 (CST)
- Hot on the heels of Aardvark PR14.4 is PR14.4.1 codenamed Better than 14400. This release fixes near release critical bugs in its predecessor and upgrading is recommended for those actively mailing from PR14.4.
01:25, 22 January 2007 (CST)
- Nicknamed Better than 9600, poMMo Aardvark PR14.4 has been unleashed. This release brings a gettext emulation layer back to the table, improves the mailing spawner with out-of-box support for SSL & customized ports, and fixes few non critical bugs. Thanks to recent publicity from a certain Linux.com article on poMMo being mentioned on Slashdot, this release has been expedited. Enjoy!
15:09, 17 January 2007 (CST)
- Using poMMo? Let us know! Join our frappr map. Don't be boring -- include a name, nickname, or business name with a photo of you, local scenery, or an avatar! Anonymous pins are temporary.
18:34, 30 January 2006 (EST)
- poMMo is currently in pre-release state. While it is still usable and in production use on a few semi-large sites, more features must be implemented before Aardvark reaches release candidate status. Major changes are also taking place, and upgrading, installing, etc. may come "with a hitch". A list of features required for Aardvark 1.0 can be found at our Bugs + Requests page. Additionally, changes can be tracked from the dev blog in the Development area.
- In the meantime, please try the script and let us know your experiences, wants, and needs. If you are having any troubles, let us know!