How to install phpList

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Pay a third party to to install phpList for you

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Install phpList on your own server, using community support

You can install phpList on your own server or shared hosting, using the phpList user manual and forums to guide you. Be aware that your hosting provider may not allow you to use phpList, or may require you to send at a slow speed. This method of install and configuration is recommended for technically minded people with time and patience. Read the user manual here for install instructions.

Install phpList on your own server using assisted installation methods

1. Get phpList in your favourite cloud via Bitnami. Bitnami provides phpList for Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure or Amazon Web Services (AWS)

2. Download a server image, or deploy in Amazon EC2 in minutes using Turnkey Linux.

3. Set up the phpList contrib on Koozali SME server. Koozali is a Centos based server distribution for small businesses. This is an RPM package, suitable for any RPM based Linux system.

4. Download a complete virtual server image with phpList pre-installed from AMPPS. This will allow you to run phpList on your local machine. It’s a great way to try phpList and see what it can do.

5. Install on your cPanel server with Softaculous or Fantastico. This depends on your ISP providing these packages.