i have a real problem using phpList.
The sent mail seems to be intercepted and automatically “processed”. There are 4 clicks per link in the click statistics. Unfortunately, the unsubscribe link is always included.
The clicks are from different servers in the USA. Here are a few IP addresses …
Does anyone have any idea what may have happened? I suspect it’s a hacker attack. What can I do?
Can someone provide a sample robots.txt and where to put it?
Thanks for the hint.
My robots.txt file looks like this, but it does not do anything yet:
Disallow: / lists /
And within lists:
You could create a PR with a stock robots.txt file to be included in phpList releases, to be moved into place by admins during installation.
@Olelolle robots.txt can be in only the web root directory, not any subdirectories see https://www.robotstxt.org/robotstxt.html
Ii have now 2 fills. One in the root and one in the lists directory. Nothing changed. Same problem.
@Olelolle to try to stop unsubscribes you also need to change single-click unsubscribes with this setting
Thats ok. Thanks. But why someone from Amazon.com read my mails?
Amazon probably has automatic filtering services for mail content. Just a guess.