phpList 3.2.5 what’s new: subscriber stats, new placeholders, auto-embed

Welcome to phpList 3.2.5 Note: This release contains several security fixes – you should upgrade as soon as possible. phpList 3.2.5 includes several great new features, important bug fixes, and improved security. My favourite is the new domain statistics table, which provides a clear overview of your subscriber list cleanliness, highlighting domains with a high… [+]

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phpList 3.2.2: One logo, many templates.

Download phpList 3.2.2 to get hold of the latest features and fixes, including our new logo upload feature. The full changelog is here. Templates and sending One Logo, many templates. A cool new feature in phpList 3.2.2 allows the upload of a logo to the main settings page. The logo can then be inserted into… [+]

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phpList 3.2.1 – a few little fixes

phpList 3.2.0 has been a success, here are a few little bug-fixes for those who need them. There are no security related fixes for this version: you don’t need to update unless you have a problem. Below is a list of the main issues fixed: you can view the changelog to see all issues. ipv6… [+]

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phpList 3.2.0 is here: campaign meta data, parallel processing, clearer import summaries and community news feed.

phpList 3.2.0 has arrived. There are lots of features and fixes in this version of phpList, which also marks an all time high for community engagement in the phpList project. New features have been introduced to improve campaign management, configuration, subscriber management and user interface. These area’s have been targeted for development based on responses… [+]

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Release candidate testing: sign up to get involved

We are trialling some new ways to get involved in phpList development. The first change is the introduction of a release candidate system, which we will test over the next few versions. You can sign up to receive release candidates using the form immediately below, or on this subscribe page. Send me release candidates What… [+]

phpList.com launches plugin system

phpList.com has today launched a plugin system, with an initial bundle of six plugins. “This launch represents another important milestone for our fast-growing phpList.com service” Says Michiel Dethmers, CEO of phpList “and we have many more exiting new developments in the pipeline.” Flexibility with simplicity For those who wish to enjoy the benefits of Open… [+]

Feedback system for new phpList manual

Six weeks ago we published the new phpList manual: we have now introduced a feedback system, so you can feedback to our documentation team. There are two methods to feed back, you can rate the manual or an individual chapter out of five, or you can reply with questions or comments via a linked forum… [+]

New phpList manual published today

phpList has a new manual: a thorough, goal oriented and user friendly guide to using phpList. The manual makes few assumptions about the readers current technical prowess: everything from logging in and starting a campaign to list segmentation and bounce processing are covered in detail. The manual was written by the phpList community and is… [+]