The gift of Open: we have liftoff

To Celebrate phpList’s 15th birthday we asked the phpList community to nominate Open Source projects to receive unlimited gratis use of Each nominee has now been sent their goodiebag. The nominations In total, 20 projects were nominated. These ranged from community lead endeavours such as DokuWiki and Inkscape, through Open Source favourites like Piwik… [+]

Submit by mail: beta testers needed for new plugin

A new plugin, submitByMail, allows you to compose your campaigns in your email client, for example in Thunderbird or Outlook, and then submit them to phpList by email before sending. This plugin is an early beta version: it has been thoroughly debugged but has not yet been tested in the field.  As the author, I… [+]

phpList: import emails tutorial

phpList: Importing your list This tutorial covers importing your lists into phpList three different ways: Copy and paste your list of emails Upload a file with email addresses Upload a file with email addresses and additional attribute data.  

Giving the community room to grow: is coming soon

At the end of May, we will be launching, a brand new website which will upgrade the current community site and all community resources including forums, documentation, download and blog. The new site will be focused (like a laser beam) on the phpList community, including all self-hosted and self-service resources. There will be room… [+]


Document Foundation use phpList: for Document Freedom Day and beyond.

Today is Document Freedom Day (DFD), an international celebration of Open Standards. phpList are delighted to celebrate DFD by announcing that The Document Foundation have accepted unlimited gratis use of services. The Document Foundation, guardians of LibreOffice and founders of The Document Liberation Project, believe that “documents and their content belong to their creators,… [+]