Some settings for phpList are available via the web interface. This video shows how to locate the settings, gives a brief explanation of their purpose, and suggests values you should use for your system.
The phpList team is pleased to announce a new version of phpList, 3.0.7. This release is a minor update. We have added some more security defences, and updated the interface in a few places. Visit the changelog page to view a more detailed list of changes. Favourite Feature Back by popular demand is the option… [+]
If you Google phpList, you’ll see some great reviews… from 2012. It’s not that we’re ungrateful — really — we’re not. It’s just that since 2012 so much has happened! We launched phpList 3, which included major changes (and excluded the orange interface!) The hosted service has taken off, to the extent that… …in 2013… [+]
This video gives a high level overview of the architecture of phpList. It explains how the website, the database, and the mail server are all connected via php, and what you need to edit to configure the system.
The time has come for a new phpList manual to be written, and we are delighted to announce that we will be working with FlossManuals to write it. More than a manual This partnership between FlossManuals and phpList is about more than writing a single manual, however: we are working together to create a re-usable,… [+]
During a fast-paced, productive meeting of the Documentation Team on Monday 14th of July, an initial chapter outline for the new phpList manual was decided. The team have agreed to spend the first chapters of the manual describing very basic tasks, including logging-in, sending a simple campaign and seeing how many people opened the message…. [+]
This is a style guide for phpList documentation. It will help us (the documentation team) keep some key elements of our writing consistent – which will make it more readable. Summary For consistency and legibility: phpList is always capitalised with a small php, a capital L and small ist: phpList. Any words you quote from… [+]
Twitter cards have been around for a while, and while exiting improvements in click rates are reported, uptake is still patchy. This blog shows you how to set up a twitter card for your newsletter sign up page, so that when you tweet asking people to join your list, you can do it in style…. [+]
On Friday afternoon we had our first meeting about the proposed new phpList manual. It was a little chaotic, but pretty much awesome! People mostly got to know the new tools and made sure they had accounts on the various websites that are needed for participation. Additionally, we hammed out our first thoughts as to… [+]
Our community project management tool, initially for use by the Documentation Team as they write a new manual, is a WordPress plugin with features such as Milestones, Task Lists and a Calendar. This plugin will help us to collaborate on large projects. To access it you need to have an account on community.phpList.com If you… [+]