If you make use of a mailing list to contact some or all of the users/visitors on your web site on a regular basis, its subscribers are often called mailing list members. They have to register and to give their categorical approval to get automatic emails. You can add mailing list members manually as well, on the condition that the software that you make use of to manage the mailing list allows this. As per the generally accepted policies, a mailing list member should be able to unsubscribe at any moment. You, as the mailing list admin, can also remove members in case they should not receive emails for any reason. The emails that each mailing list member gets will have only one address in the "To" section, not the addresses of all the members.

Mailing List Members in Shared Hosting

In case you have a shared plan with us and you create a mailing list, you will be able to manage the list members effortlessly. You do not even have to sign into your Hepsia Control Panel, as you can do everything via email from any location. By sending out email messages with certain commands to majordomo@yourdomain.com, you will gain access to loads of options offered by our popular Majordomo mailing list client. You can see a thorough list of all present members, or if you need – you can include/delete members. If you add a new mailbox, the user in question will get a message and will have to verify that they are willing to be added to the list. Deleting a mailing list subscriber is also pretty easy – you will only need to send an email to the administrator address associated with the given mailing list.

Mailing List Members in Semi-dedicated Servers

If you order a semi-dedicated server from us and you set up mailing lists via the Email Manager section of your Hepsia Control Panel, you’ll be able to manage all your mailing list subscribers with ease. We offer one of the most popular mailing list clients called Majordomo. It will allow you to see all your subscribers, to authorize new or to delete existing ones by sending a message to the mailing list’s administrative address, so you can manage everything without even logging into your hosting Control Panel. Of course, only you, as the mailing list moderator, will be able to achieve that. New subscribers will need to verify their membership, so the messages that you send out will be legitimate and you will not have to worry about email messages getting reported as spam. We’ve also got a collection of help articles where you can find more info about how to administer the list.