Release Notes: This release fixes a problem which caused domain and Web site configuration variables to not be read correctly from the database, causing email to be sent with incorrect addresses. The "hide single list" option can now be switched off. When not using attributes, subscribe now accepts input.
Release Notes: In this release, two bugs that caused mail to not be sent out were fixed.
Release Notes: You can now do some mass-updates on your userdatabase: delete users who are not on any list, list users who have an invalid email, delete users who have more than a certain amount of bounces, resend the "Request for confirmation" to users who have not confirmed their subscription, and delete users who have not confirmed their subscription (the last two allow a date range). Some actions occur on bounces. The administrator can now override this and take a different action on the bounce.
Release Notes: The subscribe pages are configurable. You can now add the header and footer of the frontend pages in the backend of PHPlist, instead of as an include file. But more importantly, you can create multiple subscribe pages with any set of attributes, lists, headers footers, and button text. You can also create different messages that get sent to request and confirm confirmation of the subscription of a user. PHP 4.1 or higher is now required instead of merely recommended. The latest versions will not work with PHP versions prior to 4.1.
Release Notes: This release adds minor bugfixes and a redesign.
Release Notes: This release adds the ability to show only a selection of lists in the subscription page, instead of all. Parsing of HTML into text when sending HTML content has been improved.
Release Notes: Handling of bounced emails has been added.
Release Notes: Several elements have been updated to allow functionality in the PHP "safe mode". This is a mode commonly used by ISPs, for security reasons.
Release Notes: The main functionality this version adds to the system is the ability to create individual administrators who can each control a set of lists and users. One or more "superadmins" are able to control the entire system. Related to this, there is now an option to "prepare" a message, which means that you can create a complete choice of template, content, from, subject, and user selection, without choosing a list to send it to. Then secondly you can "send a prepared message" which will list all prepared messages and send them to the lists of choice.
Release Notes: This version features many bugfixes, particularly in the HTML email sending part. PHPlist is now more configurable via the admin pages, which makes it easier to install. The upgrade has improved dramatically, and will allow for a smooth upgrade from any 1.3.X version to this one and future ones. Anyone using a previous version is strongly advised to upgrade to this version.