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2007

Home | Email Standards Project

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Our goal is to help designers understand why web standards are so important for email, while working with email client developers to ensure that emails render consistently. A community effort to improve the email experience for both designers and readers

A Guide to CSS Support in Email: 2007 Edition

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12 months since our original Guide to CSS Support in Email and quite a bit has changed since. Most significant of these changes was in the wrong direction, with Microsoft's decision to use the Word rendering engine instead of IE in Outlook 2007

mailhook - DevjaVu

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Using Mailhook, you can receive email directly into your scripts and applications as easy as handling a form post. This means that you have no excuse to not have an email interface to your application.

2006

SugarExchange: Product Details

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Archive email messages from Thunderbird to sugarCRM. Import and export Contacts. Use sugarCRM contacts and leads as a Thunderbird addressbook. Synchronization, keep your contacts updated. Create Sugar Objects: Contacts, Leads, Accounts, Cases. And more..

Plugin CleverMail pour SPIP, pour une gestion simple de lettres d’informations - Blog - Veille - Clever Age

Clever Age vient de reverser son premier plugin pour SPIP 1.9.2. Ce plugin est basé sur CleverMail, un gestionnaire de lettres d’information qui avait déjà été intégré dans SPIP-Agora.

A Guide to CSS Support in Email | Articles/Tips - Campaign Monitor Blog

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Since the rise of Internet Explorer, web designers have had to test their designs across multiple web browsers. No one likes it, but we've all copped it on the chin, written a few hacks and moved on with our lives. After all, 3 to 4 browsers aint that bad - and they finally seem to be getting their act together. If Internet Explorer is the schoolyard bully making our web design lives a little harder, then Hotmail, Lotus Notes and Eudora are serial killers making our email design lives hell. Yes, it's really that bad.