Category Archives: Communitynews

Can you test Release Candidates?

Last summer we started trialling some new ways for people to get involved in phpList development. We tested a few things, and found that the release candidate method had a great response. Our next release candidate is due very soon. You can sign up to receive it by using the subscribe form immediately below, or… [+]

Giving the community room to grow: phplist.org is coming soon

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… [+]

New version, phpList 3.0.7 is launched

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… [+]

Bloggers we have a problem – we need your reviews!

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… [+]

phpList Configuration Overview

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.