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: 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.
A brand new phpList manual will launch on Tuesday the 5th of May. As part of the launch celebration we will be running a UK election: email send-a-thon. The event will encourage people to learn how to use phpList within the real-life context of sending an email campaign about the general election, which is on… [+]
Our new phpList.org, launched to celebrate phpLists 15th birthday, has an sent mails counter on the home page, which shows us how many emails we sent as a community so far this year. We also know how many emails were sent last year, and how many countries phpList is used in right now. The tally at the time… [+]
Help us give FREE phpList hosting to your favourite Open Sources projects. We have noticed some super-cool Open Source projects are using closed source (proprietary) newsletter software. We would like to change that by giving away unlimited free phpList hosting, on phpList.com, to any Open Source project that wants it. As part of phpList’s 15th… [+]
Over the next two months we will be launching: phpList 3.1 the phpList API and the phpList user manual As a tech blogger, you can get advance access to all of these, along with ready-made screenshots and feature lists. Read more about our bloggers list here. Join the tech-bloggers list
At the end of May, we will be launching phplist.org, 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… [+]
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 phpList.com services. The Document Foundation, guardians of LibreOffice and founders of The Document Liberation Project, believe that “documents and their content belong to their creators,… [+]
It’s time for the last big push The new phpList manual is nearly finished: together we have written 85% of the chapters. However, we still have at least 7 chapters still to write before we publish in a few weeks time. The funnest and fastest way to finish the manual is for us to have… [+]
Some settings for phpList are available only by logging into the web server and editing the config.php file. This video shows how to locate that file, provides a brief explanation the standard and extended file settings, how to use either, and suggests values you should use for your system.