Duncan Cameron
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phpList support and consultancy services
April 20, 2015 — 0:00

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phpList logoI provide support and consultancy for phpList, the world’s most popular open source email campaign manager. Services include:

  • installing phpList and upgrading to the latest release
  • upgrading phpList from phpList 2 to the latest phpList 3
  • creating cron jobs to process the message queue and to process bounces
  • configuring advanced bounce processing
  • installing plugins
  • adding a subscription form to your web site
  • trouble-shooting any other problems

For well-defined tasks, such as installing phplist in a shared-hosting environment, I can quote a fixed-price. Otherwise support is charged at an hourly rate in half-hourly increments.

I can provide remote support using Skype or you can give me temporary access to your phplist system and control panel.

Additionally I can provide training and guidance in using phplist to create templates, compose messages, manage lists etc, again by screen-sharing using Skype.

I also develop plugins for phplist that extend its functionality. These free plugins are available on GitHub, can be installed through phplist and do not require any changes to core phplist code.

  • View in Browser (view a campaign email in a browser)
  • Autoresponder
  • Campaign Statistics
  • Subscriber (advanced search, subscriber history, reports, and more)
  • CAPTCHA
  • reCAPTCHA
  • Segmentation (now included with phpList)
  • RSS Feed
  • CKEditor (now included with phpList)
  • TinyMCE editor
  • Bounce Statistics
  • Amazon SES, SendGrid, MailGun, and SMTP2GO (send emails using the services’ API instead of through an SMTP server)
  • and a few more …

I can develop similar plugins that report on data held in the phplist database to meet specific requirements.

All phpList plugins can be found on the phpList Resources site.

On the right are four subscribe forms implemented as WordPress widgets. When a subscriber clicks the Subscribe button they remain on this page instead of being transferred to a phplist page.

  • the first uses the yphplista WordPress plugin (a customised version is available on GitHub)
  • the second uses the phplist-form-integration plugin (a customised version is available on GitHub)
  • the third uses the Sign Me Up WordPress plugin (available through WordPress)
  • the fourth uses a custom HTML widget

For a no-obligation quote please contact me explaining your requirements.