First - congrats on the new release - it seems to have a few more of the items from my wish list http://mydbr.com/forums/topic.php?id=649 (I haven't tried them yet) :-)
I noticed when recently (a few days ago) that when I used the dbr.mail function to send HTML emails (each customised to the recipient in the HTML body that when I view them via Gmail, they all have the exact same plain text version (of the first recipient) despite the HTML version being different.
So - my question is if the plain-text version is being auto-generated by MyDBR, or perhaps by the smtp client or gmail? If one isn't being provided by MyDBR, perhaps it should (even if auto-generated by code that simply rips the HTML from the email) since some phones and other clients (including Gmail preview) use this. Plus if each email has confidential information/links in it (as it may so for reports) then having a plain-text version that is all the same for everyone despite thew html version is obviously a privacy/security risk (not to MyDBR but to the information people are publishing via MyDBR).