I was doing some testing and clicked on the unsubscribe in the email and now my email is blacklisted. Can I get it whitelisted? I understand why the blacklist works, but this is my personal email and it is hard to test when it is blacklisted.
@danwaterloo@t1guys I have studied this before and the only way that you can get it whitelisted back is you need to access your phpMyadmin, from there you go to php_user_blacklist_data, & delete all the blacklisted email. Make sure you have copy of the blacklisted email so that you can re-subscribe them manually, this time they will be in you whitelist.<img src=
I was pulling my hair out trying to use the ‘remove from blacklist’ button in the Subscription tab. It worked previously however broke in 3.2.0 and upgrading to 3.2.3 did not fix it (not sure if this is something peculiar to my setup?).
The unblacklist constant works perfectly and saves clicks (history > subscription), thanks again!
Sorry, this is the newbie again. I am answering my own question, but hopefully helping future newbies.
I went into CPanel, PhpList section. There are two main tabs shown - Overview, Files and Tables.
If you go into the Files and Tables Tab, you will see
"These files and directories are associated with this installed application and will be included in backups."
RIGHT beside the above quoted phrase, you will see a highlighted line showing the DIRECTORY. Click on this.
You will now be in File Manager - Settings.
Under that header, you will see a list of specific files and folders…one of which is config.
Click on that config folder and you will see a file named config.php.
I just inserted DanWaterloo’s line at end of that file.
Hope this helps someone.
You could ALSO use FTP (maybe Filezilla?) to put yourself in the file directory on your server that is shown in your highlighted line. You’ll see the config folder and under that the config.php file.