If you use a mailing list to get in touch with some or all of the visitors/users on your site on a periodic basis, its subscribers are frequently referred to as mailing list members. They need to subscribe and to express their categorical consent to receive automatic emails. You can include mailing list members manually as well, provided that the software program that you use to manage the list permits this. According to the commonly accepted policies, a list member should be able to unsubscribe whenever they like. You, as the mailing list moderator, can also delete members if they should not receive email messages for any reason. The messages that each member receives will have just one single address in the "To" section, not the addresses of all the members.
Mailing List Members in Website Hosting
The fully featured Majordomo mailing list manager that is included with our Linux website hosting
will grant you full command over the members of any list that you create through the Hepsia hosting Control Panel. You’ll be able to add or delete mailing list members by sending a message to email@example.com, so you can achieve this from any location without even having to log into the Control Panel. If you import a mailing list member manually, they will get a confirmation request that they need to accept, so as to become part of the list. If they do this, they’ll receive an email with the mailing list’s principles and options. You will also be able to see a thorough list of all your mailing list subscribers and to keep track of who is getting your newsletters or any other sort of periodic e-correspondence.
Mailing List Members in Semi-dedicated Servers
If you get a semi-dedicated server
from our company and you set up mailing lists through the Email Manager section of your Hepsia Control Panel, you’ll be able to manage all your subscribers without any difficulties. We provide one of the most widely used mailing list apps called Majordomo. It will allow you to see all your subscribers, to approve 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 needing to sign into your Control Panel. Of course, only you, as the mailing list moderator, will be able to do that. New mailing list subscribers will need to approve their membership, so the emails that you send will be authorized and you won’t need to worry about messages being reported as spam. We’ve also got a collection of educational articles where you can find more info about how to administer the mailing list.