dbmail is stable so less work is needed, there are many users and like
me contributors who are familiar with the code base who will keep it
alive. dbmail has a healthy future.
Regards from London,
On 06/04/2016 12:18, Thomas Raschbacher wrote: > Am 23.03.2016 um 11:19 schrieb Claas KÃ¤hler:
>> Hallo erveryone,
>> it is a long time ago since the last version of DBMail and haven't heard
>> something from Steven since ages. I love DBMail and I am a bit afraid
>> that DBMail will die this way. Is someone able to give an update about
>> the project?
> He is still working on it, but not as many hours.
> Here's what he wrote in January:
> Thomas R
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