phpList is software for sending email newsletters, marketing campaigns and announcements: you can send to millions or just to a few hundred….
What can phpList do for you? phpList is economical, successful, flexible, feature rich and secure.
Take a peek at phpList live in (almost) action. Please don’t upload any personal data!
Go to phpList.com
Get set up and sending within minutes! phpList.com offers phpList as a service.
As a phpList user, you are part of something special.
I want to learn how to use phpList
Read the phpList manual, don’t forget to leave feedback for our Documentation team.
I have a specific problem or question
First, read the phpList manual, then search the Forums. Next ask a question in the forums, don’t forget to read our handy guide.
I would like to pay for support
Get professional assistance from phpList.com or an approved third party.
I would like to support phpList
Share the phpList love; promote us on social media, make a donation or join a community team.
Are you a tech blogger, teacher, spelling wizz? The phpList documentation team needs you!
I would like to suggest a change to the manual
Make a comment and discuss it, your ideas could get implemented.
I would like to add a new chapter to the manual
Discuss your ideas on the forum, write your chapter on flossmanuals.org, ask for feedback and proof reading, your work will be published in the next manual version.
I would like to write a blog
Discuss your ideas on the forum, write your blog, submit your blog for review and publication. Join the bloggers list for advance access to awesomeness.
From bug reporting to coding on the core – we need a little bit of what ever you got!
I would like to report a bug
Search our bug tracker to see if the bug has already been reported, write a report or confirm an existing report, help the developers examine the bug.
I would like to fix a bug
Report or find bugs to fix in mantis. Fork our the phpList 3 git repository, make your fix, make a pull request, link the request to the mantis report.
I would like to make a plugin
If you want to tweak phpList to make it suit your needs more perfectly, then a plugin is a great way to do that
Thanks to translators like you, phpList is used in nearly 100 countries.
I want to suggest a better word or phrase
Find the word in our translation system and review existing suggestions or make a new suggestion.
I want to edit a word or phrase in a translation
Create an account on our translation system and get editor status, find and edit the word or phrase, using existing suggestions to guide you.
I want to write or finish a new translation
Try and work as a team with other translators. Create an account on our translation system, get editor status and access to the new language: work your way through each phrase till you reach 100%.
phpList chat room
This is the phpList chat room, it’s mostly used for meetings and events, but feel free to pop by any time. The chat room uses internet relay chat (IRC), you can also access it with a desktop client. The room is #phplist on the freenode network.
The phpList community blog is a wondrous place; events, campaigns, competitions, top-tips, user guides, announcements about new versions and features…
Would you like to write a blog?
Join our documentation team and publish articles on the phpList blog.
To view our blogs by category, use the links below. To dance like no one is watching: dance like no one is watching.
Blogs for users
Blogs about using phpList and for the phpList user community in general.
Documentation team blogs
Blogs about documenting phpList, including documentation sprints and information for tech bloggers and journalists.
Blogs about phpList development
Blogs about developing phpList or phpList plugins, including technical news about phpList.
Blogs about translation
Blogs about translating phpList or phpList plugins.
The phpList user manual covers everything from the very basics to advanced use.
If you already have a phpList set up and you just need to know how to use it, then this section is for you.
Chapter of the month
Every phpList user should read this chapter: it clears up so many misconceptions!
Installing: first things first
If you want to start at the very beginning with phpList, by installing it, then this is where to go.
Community Projects Calendar