Our first documentation writing sprint was a big success: we had a great time and got a lot of work done… the perfect combination! What we did The sprint started at 8am GMT on the Friday the 10th, when people started to gather in the IRC. Anna, the phpList Community manager, was the first to… [+]
Join in the fun On the 10th and 11th of October we will be having a manual writing sprint. A bunch of phpList users, developers and translators will get together, online and/or in person, to work on the new phpList manual. Sprint Details… Where: the phpList IRC on freenode What?! Not sure what that is?… [+]
We have added an exciting new feature to our phpList Hosted service: you can now use your own domain. Using your own domain for your phpList newsletter has many benefits, for example your phpList subscribe pages and emails will look more professional and trustworthy. This option is available if you have a PLUS account.
phpList 3.0.8 is a minor update, released primarily to fix processing the queue via PHP-CGI cURL. We’ve also taken the opportunity to present several new tweaks and features. Processing the Queue via PHP-CGI cURL Following a bug report by a phpList community member (nymisoa) we have released a minor bugfix version. Nymisoa described using a… [+]
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… [+]
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…. [+]
phpList helps Free Culture Crowd Funding site communicate with the community. In January, GnuPG became the first to take us up on our offer of free phpList hosted for Free Software projects. Another fascinating project enjoying this perk is Open Funding. Anna, the phpList community Manager, is on a mission to find out who they… [+]
Canada’s new anti-spam law  will enter into force today (July 1st, 2014). With heavy penalties for breaking the new law, using software you can trust to help you avoid spamming is vital. Here is how phpList helps you to follow the rules. When the new law is in force, it will prohibit the “sending… [+]