While some of the UI is still rough around the edges, this release of the Send API includes all of the intended features for this module. An upgrade to this version is strongly recommended for all D6 users of Send.
The now-functional Send Track module includes reporting for open rate, click through and total message counts. This will work for any mailing (e.g. "Send to Friend") but is designed for use with the News module in mind.
Provide a hook system for third-party modules to define other trackables for Send Track (opt-out, for example, or commerce totals, etc.)
Provide Views support for trackables.
Ensure that the Send to Friend stuff is working in light of all these changes.
Alternative form elements, for example a multiple recipient block, have been correctly set up for use. UI still pending
Refactored token handling so that any global token and/or node-specific tokens can be used in message subject and body content.
Lots of coder fixes and E_ALL notices
Provide two different message composition screens: a more configurable version for use with the News module, and a stripped-down version that's more appropriate for "Send to friend".
A functionally complete version of Send. Includes extensible "Send profiles", which allow you to configure settings such as linktext, message, etc. on a per-content type or per-node basis.
The Send API has always been intended for use as a composition system for a variety of other modules (e.g. Guest pass, Watch and News), but has been generally regarded as simply "send to friend" module. In this release, the "Send to friend" functionality has been moved to a separate submodule for clarity and simplification.
- Adding a module_exists() check to send.install to prevent potential errors from occuring durring an update operation when the module is not enabled (jerdavis)
- Making it so that the admin-entered subject line persists when the message template is editable.
An official release of the Send-to-friend module. It's functionally-complete, it's bug free. What more could you want? Features, you say? OK - working on it. But for now, please share and enjoy ( and contribute :) )