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Flexibility key to new Mambo release

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Popular open source content management system (CMS) Mambo today released version 4.6. This is the first major release in almost two years.

The Mambo has released this version in two configurations: a "4.6 Complete", which includes the core system as well as an assortment of the most popular extensions and templates, and "4.6 Lite", a minimalist version with only the core files.

In a statement today the Mambo team said: "No longer a 'one size fits all' system, Mambo now offers users unrivalled flexibility to create exactly the CMS they want, using either existing extensions, custom development, or any combination that suits their needs.

So, what's new in version 4.6? The new features and improvements list includes:

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