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We’ve recently improved how attachment are handled on Gaggle Mail. You’ve always been able to send attachments, up to a maximum of 5MB but now we show them in the Messages section of the group administration console where you can also download the attachment.
We’ve just made a change to the layout of Gaggle Mail when viewed on large desktop screens. Gaggle Mail already embraces responsive design and is completely usable on whatever size of screen you have.
However we realised that our original design was tailored more towards small screens and perhaps we could make better use of the space when viewed on larger desktop screens.
After some useful feedback from our users we added a new feature today.
We have added a new group setting which allows you to choose whether the sender of a message will receive that message. With this setting switched off (the default) the behaviour most closely matches what traditional group email lists do i.e. you send a message to a group and everyone in that group receives the message except yourself.
Gaggle Mail was posted to Hacker News as a Show HN project earlier today getting some interesting feedback and spending a few hours on the front page of HN.
Today Gaggle Mail came out of private beta and launched to the public!
After several months in beta we now have a really solid product thanks in no small part to our beta testers who have done a great job.
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