MocoMMThe Mocomotion Mass MailerAfter many painstaking hours of research and code tinkering, IT FINALLY WORKS! Code is provided to prevent trust issues, so that anyone capable can see plainly in the code that there is no foul play or hijacking of passwords done.
There is a manual available here, and the application is available here.
There are many other downloads available from the downloads page, if you want the source code or the full package (Basic installer + Source Code, including development EXEs of the final program)
Source code has been packaged in multiple ways, rar, zip and SFX RAR, take your pick. the code contained is in the form of a Visual Studio 2008 Solution, written in C# .net v.3.5.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO USE THIS PROGRAM WITHOUT .NET 3.5I cannot guarantee functionality without the .net3.5 extensions, nor can I make any assumptions to the functionality of the application.
.net v.3.5 is available from Microsoft.
ChangesSince the first version I programmed of this app, I decided to do some testing, and fixing of various unhandled exceptions; handling them, and expanding functionality. Luckily, I was able to do this before any downloads actually occurred. Fixes included: No internet connection - unhandled exception, File inaccessable, missing or unreadable - unhandled exception, Having every error result in Application.Exit(); Changed, so the application will no longer exit on every error.
The application now gives an error, but retains data. Added more scrubbing for passwords kept in memory. The application will recover from errors, retaining form data (such as typed emails).
I know how easy it can be to forget to hit "browse" to select a file... instead, typing out a long, elaborate email, and getting distracted... then hitting submit only to have the application crash and lose all data. I didn't want this, so it's been fixed. on error, your data will be preserved, simply fill out the required fields, or fix whatever error is given, and re-submit the form.
The only other changes I would desire for this application would be more modularity, and a cleaner back-end, with perhaps a progress bar to show the progression through the grade list file. unfortunately, these additions may never take place.
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