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phpList help

Postby CraigTPE » 29 Apr 2012, 11:17

Looking for some help with phpList. Anyone good at using the program willing to help out? Just need to get the ball rolling.
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Re: phpList help

Postby tiebob » 24 May 2012, 08:18

what kind of problem you got ?
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Re: phpList help

Postby CraigTPE » 24 May 2012, 08:29

Thanks for the reply.

I finally gave up and opted for a commercial software: MailMachinePRO. It seems a little more user-friendly, and comes with tech support (although it takes a week to get a reply/resolution).
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Re: phpList help

Postby Homey » 24 May 2012, 23:42

Thanks for reminding me to do this. PHPlist is perfect for a few sites of mine.

I Just updated php on my server last weekend to 5.3 and broke a ton of code with all the deprecated function calls. Still chasing down the last of them and recoding with 5.3 functions. I am seeing some reports of PhpList also having a few issues running on PHP 5.3, so I may wait until they come out with a php 5.3 safe version.

If you decide to try it again, I'm sure we can get you running without too much hassle unless your hosting or php version is the problem. You might check what version of php your site is running on, this could be the source of your issues.
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Re: phpList help

Postby CraigTPE » 25 May 2012, 05:07

Homey, the issue I was having was not any technical problem with phpList, but my own unfamiliarity with how it worked. With time, I probably could have figured it out. Just didn't have the time, so dropped US$60 on MailMachinePRO, which is a bit more user-friendly and included installation and tech support (although it takes 5+ days to get responses from them). Happy to report that it's up and running. Love it.
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Re: phpList help

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