302: Disable browser resize in phpList

In this article I’m going to show you how to disable the browser resize feature that is enabled by default in phpList. When you are working in phpList, anytime that you resize your web-browser window, it causes phpList to totally refresh the screen. This unfortunately causes any data that you had typed on that particular Read More >

301: Process bounces from Gmail in phpList

In this article I’ll go over how you can process your phpList bounces when you are using a Gmail account as your bounce address. If you’ve ready my previous article on handling bounces with phpList, that covers how you can use phpList to process bounce-back messages for the mailings you’ve been sending out via phpList. Read More >

Handling bounces with phpList

In this article we’ll discuss how phpList handles bounce backs. A bounce back can happen when one of the users you attempt to send a message to does not receive the message, and it “bounces back” to you with an explanation of why. One of the great things of managing your mailings via phpList is Read More >

Rate limit the sending of messages in phpList

In this article we’ll discuss how you can rate limit how quickly phpList will attempt to send out your messages. This is important because by default phpList will attempt to send mail out as quickly as it can all at once. On our shared servers there is a default outbound mailing limit of 250 messages Read More >

Sending a test message in phpList

In this article we’ll go over how you can send a test message with phpList. This will help ensure that your phpList installation is properly functioning, and show that it’s able to send mail successfully. Before sending a test message to a particular email account, that email account must be first added as a user Read More >