Mailing List Members in Shared Website Hosting
If you’ve got a Linux shared website hosting on our innovative cloud hosting platform, you’ll be able to create Internet mailing lists and to manage their members without any difficulty. We use a powerful application called Majordomo, which offers tons of features and it’s not a surprise that it’s among the most popular mailing list management software applications available on the marketplace. Adding or removing a mailing list member is very easy – you will simply have to send an email with a certain word in the message body to firstname.lastname@example.org, which goes to say that you won’t even have to sign in to the Hepsia Control Panel. In the very same way, you can also view all present subscribers for any mailing list that you configure. In case you chance upon any problems, you can check the help articles that we’ve added in the Email Manager section of the Control Panel or you can get in touch with our technical support team, which will be at your disposal 24/7/365.
Mailing List Members in Semi-dedicated Hosting
If you order a semi-dedicated server through our company and you set up mailing lists through the Email Manager section of your Hepsia hosting Control Panel, you will be able to manage all your mailing list subscribers with ease. We provide one of the most popular mailing list client apps called Majordomo. It will allow you to view all your mailing list subscribers, to authorize new or to remove existing ones by sending a message to the mailing list’s administrative email address, so you can administer everything without even logging in to your hosting Control Panel. Of course, only you, as the mailing list administrator, will be able to achieve that. New mailing list subscribers will need to approve their subscription, so the messages that you send out will be authorized and you won’t have to bother about emails being reported as spam. We’ve also got a selection of how-to articles where you can discover more information about how to manage the list itself.