phpList 3.4.8 released: PHPMailer 6 supported

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phpList 3.4.8  is a minor release including one important change.

Changes in this release

PHPMailer 6 supported

On this release changes to the PHPlistMailer class have been made so that you can use either PHPMailer version 5 or version 6 depending on a config setting — thanks to @duncanc, see the pull request.

The important changes on PHPMailer 6 are the use of namespaces, which makes it backwards-incompatible and version of PHP required:  PHP 5.5 or later.
PHPMailer 6 is not enabled by default in this release and to start using  it you will need to add the line below on your configuration file (config.php):

define(‘USE_PHPMAILER6’, true);

If you want to switch back to using PHPMailer 5 just remove the line.

For more information on changes introduced on PHPMailer you can check their changelog here.

PHPMailer Logo

Other Changes:

Updated phpList logo on the login page and the admin pages.

Read the article on updated brand guidelines here.

Community-made

This release is the work of Duncan Cameron and other Open Source community members who have submitted bug reports and valuable feedback, as well as phpList Ltd. developers. To get involved in phpList development, check out the developer resources pages.

Report any issues you find with phpList 4 core or REST API  to the corresponding repo on GitHub. Please read the contribution guide on how to contribute to these modules.

Support

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