Mailing list members are individuals that have subscribed to a certain list to get periodic emails, including weekly newsletters. If the software that is used to manage the list permits it, you can also approve members manually, but in this case such messages may be recognized as being unsolicited and reported as spam by the users. Generally, these mailing list members can unsubscribe from a mailing list by clicking on a hyperlink in the emails they get, or you, as the mailing list moderator, can delete them manually in case they request this or if you reach the decision that some of the members should not be part of the mailing list anymore. Each mailing list member will be able to view only their email address in the "To" section of the email messages they receive, but not the email addresses of the remaining mailing list members.

Mailing List Members in Shared Website Hosting

The feature-packed Majordomo mailing list management software that is included with our Linux shared website hosting will give you full control over the members of any list that you set up via the Hepsia Control Panel. You’ll be able to add or remove mailing list members by sending a message to, so you can achieve this from any location without even needing to sign in to the Control Panel. If you add a mailing list member manually, they will receive a verification request that they need to accept, so as to become part of the mailing list. As soon as they do this, they’ll get an email message with the list’s rules and features. You will also be able to view a thorough list of all your subscribers and to keep track of who’s getting your newsletters or any other type of periodic email correspondence.

Mailing List Members in Semi-dedicated Hosting

If you get a semi-dedicated server through our company and you create electronic mailing lists through the Hepsia hosting Control Panel’s Email Manager section, you will be able to manage all your mailing list subscribers without any difficulty. We provide one of the most popular mailing list clients called Majordomo. It will permit you to view all your mailing list subscribers, to approve new or to delete existing ones by sending an email to the mailing list’s administrative address, so you can manage everything without even signing into your hosting Control Panel. Of course, only you, being the mailing list moderator, will be able to do that. New users have to verify their membership, so the emails that you send out will be legitimate and you won’t need to bother about messages being reported as spam. We’ve also got a selection of help articles where you can discover more information about how to administer the mailing list itself.