An electronic mailing list is a collection of email addresses which get one and the same email simultaneously. When you send a message to the mailing list address, it will be redirected to all the addresses on that mailing list automatically, but none of the receivers will know who the other recipients are. Generally, users have to subscribe to a mailing list, but sometimes mailboxes are included manually without their owners’ awareness. Depending on the given list management software, you may also be able to greenlight new mailing list subscribers, so people cannot register for a mailing list unless you approve their request. The mailing list feature is rather handy in case you’d like to send newsletters on a regular basis or some other kind of periodic notifications to clients, since you’ll need to send out only one single e-mail and all the subscribers will receive it immediately. As a consequence, you will not have to type in lots of mailboxes manually.

Mailing Lists in Shared Hosting

If you make use of any of our Linux shared packages and our email services in particular, you’ll be able to set up a mailing list without effort or even have multiple mailing lists, if you’d like to stay in touch with different groups of people and to send them different information. With only a few mouse clicks in the Email Manager section of your Hepsia Control Panel, you’ll be able to pick the email address that the email messages will be sent from, and the administrator email address and password that you will use to manage different settings. We employ Majordomo, one of the most famous mailing list managers available on the market, which will permit you to authorize/remove subscribers and to change quite a few settings concerning the subscribers and the emails they receive.

Mailing Lists in Semi-dedicated Hosting

The Email Manager tool, which is integrated into our Hepsia Control Panel, will allow you to create multiple mailing lists if you host your domains in a semi-dedicated server account with us. Setting up a brand new list is exceptionally easy – you’ll only have to specify an administrator address and pass and the mailbox from which your messages will be sent to the subscribers, and then to save them. Through the simple-to-work-with Email Manager, you can also remove existing mailing lists if you don’t need them any longer. Using simple controls, you’ll be able to view a list of all the subscribers for a given mailing list, to authorize new subscription requests, to remove subscribers, etc. The app that we make use of is called Majordomo and it includes quite a few options, that you will be able to access and modify.