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The best alternative I've found is the excellent Gmaps plugin from Rein de Vries. You can pair this plugin with his Gmaps Importer plugin (which is actually an extension of DataGrab) to replicate the importing functionality of the Objective HTML version.


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If the city/country is the only thing you are translating it might be easier to use a 3rd party service to translate them, such as geonames.org. e.g. http://api.geonames.org/search?name=moscow&country=RU&featureCode=PPLC&maxRows=10&type=rdf&username=demo The demo name has reached its API limit, here is what the response looks like:


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Couple things right off hand, but this type of complexity is a little outside the scope of what is provided outside of the box. This is why there is a Notifications API so you can build you own notifications with custom logic to determine when to send emails. You can create database tables to store when emails are sent, and have custom UI's for you to have ...


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You'll need to create this as a Postmaster "Notification" rather than a "Parcel", which gives you a URL which you then ping with a scheduled cron job. When creating the Notification, you should be able to fetch the date from the channel grid data inside the "Post Date Specific" field. (Even though Postmaster only gives you a tiny text input, you can put any ...


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Google Maps can do all of this, yes (and makes it really easy). It's a very flexible add-on. Sorry for the short answer, but it really just is "yes" to each of your questions. :-) By the way, this isn't an official response since obviously I'm just a user, not the developer of this add-on. But my guess is that Justin would agree. ;-)


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