A mailing list is a list of email addresses that get the exact same email message simultaneously. When you send an email message to the mailing list address, your message will be re-sent to all the addresses on that mailing list automatically, but none of the receivers will know who the rest of the recipients are. In the general case, users have to register for a list, but occasionally email addresses are added manually without the permission of their owners. Depending on the concrete mailing list management software, you may also be able to include new mailing list subscribers, so users will not be able to sign up for your mailing list unless you okay their request. The mailing list functionality is very handy in case you want to send regular newsletters or some other sort of regular announcements to clients, since you’ll have to send out only one single email and all of the subscribers will get it instantaneously. As a consequence, you won’t need to type in multiple email addresses manually.

Mailing Lists in Semi-dedicated Hosting

Each and every semi-dedicated server that we’re offering will permit you to create as many electronic mailing lists as you need. It will take only several mouse clicks to create a brand-new mailing list from the Email Manager section of the Hepsia hosting Control Panel, which is included with the semi-dedicated server accounts. You’ll only have to set up a new email address – for instance, mail@your-domain.com, where you’ll send your newsletters and assign this address to be the one associated with your mailing list, so all newsletters sent to it will be forwarded automatically to all your subscribers. You can also choose an administrator username and password that will enable you to administer different options for each mailing list. The popular Majordomo application that we use is fully featured and you can quickly add, delete or approve users, see a list of all active mailing list subscribers, etc. If you don’t want a specific mailing list any longer, you can remove it with one single mouse click.