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phpList 3.5.8 is available for download

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Hello,

A new version for phpList is now ready for download, introducing several changes. Version 3.5.8 includes three new features two out of which relate to the AJAX subscription form and two functionality enhancements.

You can update your phpList installation using the Automatic Updater, or you can download it directly from Sourceforge.

For the full list of changes have a look at the Release Notes.

Changes to look for

New features

  • AJAX-based subscription forms are now able to function across multiple websites. Thanks to Nepomuk Leutschacher for the implementation. Have a look at the Pull Request.

  • Allow AJAX request to include the list ID. Thanks to @duncanc for the implementation. Have a look at the Pull Request.

  • Export on commandline. See Pull Request.

  • Make PHPMailer 6 the default instead of PHPMailer 5. ‘USE_PHPMAILER6’ has been set to Τrue to allow by default the use of PHPMailer 6 instead of PHPMailer 5. PHPMAILER_PATH will be used only when it appears to be valid. For PHPMailer 5 it should be a file and for PHPMailer 6 it should be a directory. Have a look at Pull Request #708 and Pull Request #709 submitted by Duncan Cameron.

  • PHPMailer is updated to Version 6.1.8 which was launched in October 2020. Have a look at the PHPMailer 6.1.8 changelog and the Pull Request . Thanks to @duncanc for the PR.

Support

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Community-made

This release is the work of Nepomuk Leutschacher, @duncanc and other Open Source community members who have submitted bug reports, security reports and valuable feedback, as well as phpList Ltd developers. To get involved in phpList development, check out the developer resources pages.

To get involved in phpList development, check out the developer resources pages.

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