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J!MailAlerts V1.2 is out , latest news & event plugins bugs fixed

J!MailAlerts version 1.2 is out with a new feature & some bug fixes. The new Email Preview feature in the backend which allows the admin to preview how a mail would look if sent to a particular user , will make testing this extension much easier. The Email Simulate option is still there, but email preview being more instantaneous would be more useful.

Besides this feature some bugs reported in the forums have been squashed .

Bug fix releases for Latest News & Latest events (Eventlist) plugin for J!MailAlerts have also been released with minor bug fixes.

Both the extension & plugins are available for free download for registered users.

Also note that now J!MailAlerts shall be packaged in a UnZip First file containing the core component & the core user plugin for management ease. From this release onwards the extension as well as the plugins have been renamed to comply with a JED naming policy. So uninstall all earlier versions of the component & the all the plugins before installing the new versions.

Read on for the full change log.

Change Log Component :

0000652 Tags not made Blank
0000619 Use same code for simulate email and actual emailing
0000751 SQL error while simulating email
0000822 Wrong tag getting replaced
0000823 Plugin disabled are also shown

Change Log Plugins:

0000838 error in jma_latestnews Plugin
0000837 error in jma_latestevents_el Plugin
0000840 latest new return warning
0000839 Link problem in latestEvents
0000807 Variable Asset is Not Defined in latestevent.php
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