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Mailing List Settings
Create "Everyone" mailing lists
Check this box if you wish to create and maintain "Everyone" mailing lists for all of your domains (e.g. "email@example.com"). A list will be created for each domain, which makes it possible for you to send a message to every user of a domain simply by addressing the message to "everyone@<domain>". Private accounts are hidden from "Everyone" mailing lists. This option is disabled by default.
Create "MasterEveryone" list
Enable this option if you want there to be a "MasterEveryone" mailing list. Everyone on all of your domain-specific "everyone" lists will be included on this list. This option is disabled by default.
Apply content & spam filters to list mail before cracking individual copies
When the Deliver list mail to each member individually option is chosen on the Routing screen of the mailing list editor, enabling this control will cause the content filter rules and spam filter to be applied to list messages before they are copied and distributed to list members.
Honor '<List>-subscribe' and '<List>-unsubscribe' addresses
Click this checkbox if you want MDaemon to recognize email addresses of this format as valid (as long as the list actually exists) in order to facilitate an easier method for users to join and leave your mailing lists. For example: suppose you have a list called MyList@example.com. People will be able to subscribe/unsubscribe to your list by sending an email message to MyList-Subscribe@example.com and MyList-Unsubscribe@example.com. The content of the subject and message body is irrelevant. Also, when this feature is active MDaemon will insert the following header into all list messages:
Some mail clients can pick up on this and make an UNSUBSCRIBE button available to users automatically.
You can override this option for individual lists by specifying a value for the List-Subscribe and List-Unsubscribe headers in the Mailing List URLs options located on the Mailing List Editor's Moderation screen.
Add 'Sender: <List>' header to all list messages
Enable this option if you wish to insert the Sender header into mailing list messages.
Mailing list pruner deletes messages that it can't parse
When this option is enabled, MDaemon will delete list messages that do not contain a parsable address.
Mailing list pruner saves messages that cause list member removal
When MDaemon scans returned list messages in an attempt to remove member addresses that cannot be reached, this control will cause messages that result in a list member ' s removal to be saved. For more information, see the Remove undeliverable email addresses. option on the Settings screen.
Screen incoming mailing list mail for obvious non-list content
Check this box if you wish MDaemon to reject messages addressed to a mailing list when it determines that they should have been addressed to the system account instead. For example, a user may join or leave a list by placing the Subscribe or Unsubscribe command at the beginning of an email message and sending that message to the system address (e.g. "firstname.lastname@example.org"). Oftentimes users erroneously try to send those sorts of messages to the list itself. This option will prevent those messages from being posted to the list.
Remove duplicate list recipients when single message submitted to multiple lists
When this option is enabled and a single message is addressed to multiple mailing lists, MDaemon will deliver only one copy of the message to any recipient who is a member of more than one of the lists. For example, if email@example.com is a member of List-A@example.com and List-B@example.com and an incoming message is addressed to both lists, Frank will receive only one copy of the message rather than two. This option only applies to lists, therefore in the above example if the message were addressed to Frank directly, plus the two lists, then Frank would receive two copies of the message rather than three. This option is disabled by default.
Using this option is not generally recommended. Mailing lists can be used and organized many different ways by users, and there is no way of knowing which list will receive the message when limiting duplicates in this way. Therefore using this option could cause unnecessary difficulties for some users, due to message threading preferences, using IMAP filters to sort messages to specific folders, and so on.
Add the following custom 'Header: value' to all list messages
If you wish to add a static header/value combination (such as "Precedence: bulk") to all list messages, specify that text here.
Use this option if you wish to customize the subject used when MDaemon sends mailing list digest messages. The default is: " $LISTNAME$ message digest $TIMESTAMP$ $ISSUE$. " The macros expand to the name of the mailing list, the time-stamp of the digest message creation, and the issue number.
Mailing lists are the bread and butter of project communications. If a user is exposed to any forum besides the web pages, it is most likely to be one of the project's mailing lists. But before they experience the mailing list itself, they will experience the mailing list interface—that is, the mechanism by which they join ("subscribe to") the list. This brings us to Rule #1 of mailing lists:
Don't try to manage mailing lists by hand—get list management software.
It will be tempting to put this off. Setting up mailing list management software might seem like overkill at first. Managing small, low-traffic lists by hand will seem seductively easy: you just set up a subscription address that forwards to you, and when someone mails it, you add (or remove) their email address in some text file that holds all the addresses on the list. What could be simpler?
The trick is that good mailing list management—which is what people have come to expect—is not simple at all. It's not just about subscribing and unsubscribing users when they request. It's also about moderating to prevent spam, offering the mailing list in digest versus message-by-message form, providing standard list and project information by means of auto-responders, and various other things. A human being monitoring a subscription address can supply only a bare minimum of functionality, and even then not as reliably and promptly as software could.
Modern list management software usually offers at least the following features:
Both email- and web-based subscription
When a user subscribes to a list, she should promptly get an automated welcome message in reply, telling her what she has subscribed to, how to interact further with the mailing list software, and (most importantly) how to unsubscribe. This automatic reply can be customized to contain project-specific information, of course, such as the project's web site, FAQ location, etc.
Subscription in either digest mode or message-by-message mode
In digest mode, the subscriber receives one email per day, containing all the list activity for that day. For people who are following a list loosely, without participating, digest mode is often preferable, because it allows them to scan all the subjects at once and avoid the distraction of emails coming in at random times.
To "moderate" is to check posts to make sure they are a) not spam, and b) on topic, before they go out to the entire list. Moderation necessarily involves humans, but software can do a lot to make it easier. There is more said about moderation later.
Among other things, this enables an administrator to go in and remove obsolete addresses easily. This can become urgent when a recipient's address starts sending automatic "I am no longer at this address" replies back to the list in response to every list post. (Some mailing list software can even detect this by itself and unsubscribe the person automatically.)
Many people have sophisticated filtering and replying rules set up in their mail readers. Mailing list software can add and manipulate certain standard headers for these people to take advantage of (more details below).
All posts to the managed lists are stored and made available on the web; alternatively, some mailing list software offers special interfaces for plugging in an external archiving tool such as MHonArc (http://www.mhonarc.org/ ). As the section called “Conspicuous Use of Archives” in Chapter 6, Communications discusses, archiving is crucial.
The point of all this is merely to emphasize that mailing list management is a complex problem that has been given a lot of thought, and mostly been solved. You certainly don't need to become an expert in it. But you should be aware that there's always room to learn more, and that list management will occupy your attention from time to time in the course of running a free software project. Below we'll examine a few of the most common mailing list configuration issues.Spam Prevention Filtering posts
There are three basic techniques for preventing spam posts, and most mailing list software offers all three. They are best used in tandem:
Only auto-allow postings from list subscribers.
This is effective as far as it goes, and also involves very little administrative overhead, since it's usually just a matter of changing a setting in the mailing list software's configuration. But note that posts which aren't automatically approved must not be simply discarded. Instead, they should be passed along for moderation, for two reasons. First, you want to allow non-subscribers to post. A person with a question or suggestion should not need to subscribe to a mailing list just to make a single post there. Second, even subscribers may sometimes post from an address other than the one by which they're subscribed. Email addresses are not a reliable method of identifying people, and shouldn't be treated as such.
Filter posts through spam-filtering software.
If the mailing list software makes it possible (most do), you can have posts filtered by spam-filtering software. Automatic spam-filtering is not perfect, and never will be, since there is a never-ending arms race between spammers and filter writers. However, it can greatly reduce the amount of spam that gets through to the moderation queue, and since the longer that queue is the more time humans must spend examining it, any amount of automated filtering is beneficial.
There is not space here for detailed instructions on setting up spam filters. You will have to consult your mailing list software's documentation for that (see the section called “Software” later in this chapter ). List software often comes with some built-in spam prevention features, but you may want to add some third-party filters. I've had good experiences with these two: SpamAssassin (http://spamassassin.apache.org/ ) and SpamProbe (http://spamprobe.sourceforge.net/ ). This is not a comment on the many other open source spam filters out there, some of which are apparently also quite good. I just happen to have used those two myself and been satisfied with them.
For mails that aren't automatically allowed by virtue of being from a list subscriber, and which make it through the spam filtering software, if any, the last stage is moderation. the mail is routed to a special address, where a human examines it and confirms or rejects it.
Confirming a post takes one of two forms: you can accept the post just this once, or you can tell the list software to allow this and all future posts from the same sender. You almost always want to do the latter, in order to reduce the future moderation burden. Details on how to confirm vary from system to system, but it's usually a matter of replying to a special address with the command "accept" (meaning accept just this one post) or "allow" (allow this and future posts).
Rejecting is usually done by simply ignoring the moderation mail. If the list software never receives confirmation that something is a valid post, then it won't pass that post on to the list, so simply dropping the moderation mail achieves the desired effect. Sometimes you also have the option of responding with a "reject" or "deny" command, to automatically disapprove future mails from the same sender without even running them through moderation. There is rarely any point doing this, since moderation is mostly about spam prevention, and spammers tend not to send from the same address twice anyway.
Be sure to use moderation only for filtering out spams and clearly off-topic messages, such as when someone accidentally posts to the wrong mailing list. The moderation system will usually give you a way to respond directly to the sender, but don't use that method to answer questions that really belong on the mailing list itself, even if you know the answer off the top of your head. To do so would deprive the project's community of an accurate picture of what sorts of questions people are asking, and deprive them of a chance to answer questions themselves and/or see answers from others. Mailing list moderation is strictly about keeping the list free of junk and off-topic emails, nothing more.
You need to build an email list.
Thousands of businesses are crying out after investing millions in building their fan base on Facebook.
That’s a big mistake.
Never build on rented land.
Building a mailing list is the way to go .
The simple truth is that the way to do this is to make it incredibly easy for your readers to subscribe.
This means adding opt-in forms to key locations on your site.
Just using what comes with a mailing list provider like AWeber won’t help you any more – these don’t perform.
You need a plugin that makes it super easy to add opt-in forms and collect email addresses from your readers .
I’ve tested countless plugins over the years, it’s cost me a lot of money, both in buying tools that suck and the value of the subscribers that I could have had with better list building plugins.
The plugins below will help you save time. save money. grow your list faster and in turn make even more money:Top mailing list plugins for WordPress Thrive Leads – Top Pick
Thrive Leads is without a doubt, the most impressive list building plugin on the market.
The plugin comes with every feature you’ll need to rapidly grow your list of email subscribers .
You get ability to add a variety of opt-in form types covering everything from popovers and scroll boxes.
Each opt-in form type has a great selection of templates and you can use the drag & drop editor to customize them to look exactly how you want them to.
You can create as many opt-in forms as you like and select which pages/categories/tags you’d like to display them on.
Split testing & reporting is super easy, and you can even split test different opt-in form types against each other. So if you want to find out whether a ribbon form or scroll box will convert better, now you can!
What I love about Thrive is that they are continuously rolling out new features.
Two of which are game changers.
Price: $67 (includes 1 year of support and lifetime updates – awesome!).OptinMonster
OptinMonster is a fantastic list building tool that works well.
The guys behind this plugin really know what they are doing – Syed Balkhi (founder of WP Beginner) and Thomas Griffin (creator of the Soliloquy slider plugin) have put something together that is very special.
The plugin started it’s life out as a WordPress plugin but it has evolved into so much more.
OptinMonster is now a cloud based app so all of your opt-in forms will be managed from a central location – giving you a great overview.
You can then quickly roll out split tests and make tweaks without logging into different WordPress installations.
With this plugin now being a cloud app, you can use it with any HTML based sites, not just WordPress.
Price: Starts from $9/monthPopup Domination
This plugin is used by over 50,000+ websites.
Popup Domination supports just one type of opt-in form – popovers (or popups).
But, that being said it does the job incredibly well.
The great thing about this plugin is that you can either install it as a WordPress plugin, or install to any website with the standalone version.
With this plugin you will get 1 year of support but unlimited updates.
Note: themes aren’t mobile responsive.
Let me start off by saying that while LeadPages comes with a WordPress plugin, you are getting an entire platform from which to build your list.
The above image is taken from a landing page I recently made in around 5 minutes.
LeadPages will help you grow your list by doing the following:
I use LeadPages to handle the delivery of digital assets and then use 2-step opt-ins to offer exclusive content to my subscribers.
By doing this I have been able to triple my conversion rates .
OptinLinks gives you the ability to display a 2 step opt-in form, similar to how LeadPages does. But it goes a step further and protects subscriber-only content.
All at a fraction of the cost while providing some incredible features guaranteed to skyrocket your opt-ins like nothing you have seen before.
There are some differences here.
It’s not a hosted system, OptinLinks runs from your own server.
Despite this, you can still use the links this plugin generates elsewhere on the web with the professional version.
There are a few things here that make this plugin simply incredible.
One of the issues I have had with the likes of LeadPages, is that they have no way of ensuring someone confirms (when using double opt-in) after they subscribe.
OptinLinks has a nifty solution for this – the plugin will show a ‘waiting for confirmation’ notification to prompt subscribers to confirm.
The plugin will then remember that the user has subscribed and then allow you to restrict access to particular pages for none-subscribers.
In fact, when anyone tries to access the secured page, they’ll be prompted to opt-in.
Your subscriber exclusive content actually stays exclusive .
Ultimately this plugin solves a purpose but it’s not as robust as LeadPages.
Price: $37+Plugmatter – Feature Box
Feature Boxes are an incredible way to build your list.
Plenty of list building experts all over the web have cited that they get incredible conversions when using these.
The problem has always been that there was never a decent plugin for adding them.
The Feature Box plugin from Plugmatter makes this easy while complementing other email marketing plugins very well.
Price: $37Optimize Press 2.0
We talked a bit about LeadPages earlier, which enables you to create high converting opt-in forms in minutes.
The limitation with LeadPages is customization .
One of the differences here is that Optimize Press has a drag and drop page editor that allows you to customize your landing pages and make them look exactly how you want them to.
Optimize Press recently released a feature called the Overlay Optimizer; this allows you to utilize 2 step opt-ins similar to how LeadPages does.
With Optimize Press you have full control over your content and an impressive array of features.
Price: $97Optin Architect
Optin Architect is a cloud based tool that allows you to create high converting opt-in forms on the fly.
You won’t get a specific WordPress plugin here, but I wanted to include it since it does support WordPress (and all major content management systems).
The great thing here is that if you manage a large number of sites and want to monitor your conversions from a single dashboard – this is incredible.
Price: $97/year+The reality about email marketing plugins
I’ve tested countless mailing list plugins.
And that includes the free ones.
There are some lessons that I have learned the hard way.
There are a lot of different situations where certain plugins work better than others.
It’s important to understand exactly what you want to accomplish.
Below I have put together some motivations and scenarios together and which list building plugin/platform works best:
Value for money
Thrive Leads – on a feature to cost ratio, Thrive Leads wins here. You get incredible features and a form editor that allows you to customise every detail quickly.
What makes this even better is that you get lifetime updates on whichever plan you choose.
A great all round list building plugin
In my opinion, Thrive Leads is the best all round list building plugin due to value for money, features and customization options.
OptinMonster comes in a close second. Yes, it’s now a cloud app rather than just a WordPress plugin but it has all the features you need and it’s reliable.
A feature intensive mailing list plugin
Thrive Leads is the most feature intensive plugin when it comes to adding opt-in forms, customization and testing. It even has game changing features like Smart Links.
Optimize Press is a great candidate here too if you want to create landing pages that get results. The features are incredible. It comes with a theme and plugin version as well as a membership plugin.
A light weight plugin that covers multiple opt-in types
OptinMonster is very light weight but it’s now only available at a monthly or annual cost.
Thrive Leads is a great option here, includes plenty of features and is designed with speed in mind. You also get lifetime updates whichever price plan you go for.
To promote exclusive content and encourage people to click on your confirmation links
OptinLinks – This plugin will allow you to secure pages and restrict access to those who have opted in.
Users that aren’t subscribed will be urged to subscribe to gain access and once someone enters their email address they will be shown a ‘waiting for confirmation’ notification to encourage them to click the confirmation link if you’re using a double opt-in process.
While this is a VERY helpful plugin, the main attraction is the price. If you want a more robust solution, I would recommend going with LeadPages and using their LeadBoxes feature. This is what I use here on Blogging Wizard and the results are extremely impressive.
A plugin to display high converting popovers
OptinMonster is a great option but you really need the exit intent feature which is only available on $199/year or $29/month plans – I do like the benefits of it being a cloud app though. It’s handy if you have multiple sites.
Popup Domination has exit intent available on the entry level plan ($49) and is a solid popover plugin but you can’t add any other opt-in form types.
Thrive Leads is my winner here, it gives you the full set of features in their entry level plan ($49) so you can add popovers using the exit intent feature along with any other major oopt-in form types.
A plugin to easily allow you to add a Feature Box
Feature Box by Plugmatter is specifically designed to do this and has the documentation to help you get it done easily. No other plugin seems to make it all that easy to do this unless you have a widget area to add the opt-in form.
Manage opt-in forms for multiple sites
OptinMonster is my my top pick here, it’s a more robust platform and has more features. Monthly payment options are available too.
To build high converting landing pages
I use LeadPages and Optimize Press, but they both fit more specific requirements.
When I need a hosted solution or the ability to roll out tested and proven landing pages fast, I use LeadPages .
When I need a much more in depth level of customization, I use Optimize Press .Your chance to get more email subscribers starts here
With the mailing list plugins listed above, you will be able to make it incredibly easy for your readers to subscribe to your list.
That’s the mistake that 90% of people make and by taking the first step today you will be putting yourself at a huge advantage over them.
You are in the driver’s seat.
Identify what you need, look at the options, grab the plugin and start building your list right now.
You will be glad you did.
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This article. (also available here ), offers valuable advice on how to ask questions, in a manner most likely to elicit useful replies.
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If you don't like to have your mailbox flooded with messages you can choose a digest alternative and only get one larger mail per day. Please don't include the entire digest if you reply.Can't Post?
The mailing list software checks your return address and only accepts postings from subscribed members. For this to work, it is important that you subscribe with your mail address exactly as it appears in the headers of the mails you send, otherwise your posts will be rejected! (E.g. firstname.lastname@example.org is different from email@example.com ; and firstname.lastname@example.org is different from email@example.com . ). If you don't, you will get a message about only subscribed members being allowed.Mailing List Etiquette
When posting to the emailing list, it is important to remember that those on the emailing list are just fellow users of the software. They are not paid to answer your question. With that in mind, some things that will assist in improving the chance that you get some helpful response to your problem are:
A very good article for anyone who may be asking or answering questions on an emailing lists to read is How To Ask Questions The Smart Way. but do not pester Eric S. Raymond and Rick Moen (the authors of that page) with questions about GROMACS or anything else. A recently published article has also appeared on this topic, with particular focus on getting help on scientific forums.
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