Dada Mail is a supported, contemporary, completely free and open source web-based software project that provides a general purpose mailing list manager, which can be easily deployed on any GNU/Linux server machine and used inside your organization to send mass emails and provide announcements to your customers, co-workers or employees.
Features at a glance
Dada Mail is targeted to be used by small and medium-sized businesses, such as non-profit organizations and personal websites. Key features a web-based system, mass-mailing, supports an unlimited number of mailing lists, it's customizable, sharing, profiles, plugins, archives list messages, and supports announce-only and group lists.
It’s extensible through plugins
Another interesting features is the ability to be extensible, through plugins, such as Mailing Monitor, Bounce Handler, Scheduled Mailings, Change the Program Root Password, Change Your List Short Name, Default Mass Mailing Messages, Password Protect Directories, Log Viewer, Screen Cache, Multiple Subscribe, and Archive Blog Index.
Do It Yourself mailing list
The Dada Mail project is well known for being extremely flexible, allowing the user to install it on his/her own web hosting account, giving them complete control over the mailing lists. It’s a DIY (Do It Yourself) mailing list manager.
Under the hood and supported OSes
Supported platforms and availability
The application can be downloaded from Softpedia or via its official homepage as a universal tarball, which includes all the necessary files to deploy Dada Mail on a supported web server, such as Apache. Both 32-bit and 64-bit hardware platforms are supported at this time.