Internet mailing list subscribers are individuals that get mass email messages, such as weekly/monthly newsletters. Based on the software program that’s used to manage a particular list, they may have signed up personally, giving their explicit permission to be added to the mailing list, or they may have been included manually. The latter implies that they will de facto receive unsolicited messages. Generally, subscribers can be managed by the mailing list administrator who can authorize or delete them, or they can manually unsubscribe in case they don’t want to get email messages from now on. All mailing list members will invariably get the very same message as long as they are part of the same mailing list, but a single subscriber will never be able to view the rest of the mailing list members in the "To" section of the email.

Mailing List Members in Shared Hosting

The feature-crammed Majordomo mailing list manager that is included with our Linux shared hosting will grant you total control over the members of any mailing list that you set up via the Hepsia hosting Control Panel. You’ll be able to include or remove mailing list members by sending an email message to, so you can accomplish this from any location without even needing to log into the hosting Control Panel. If you add a member manually, they will receive a verification request that they have to accept in order to be included in the mailing list. When they do that, they’ll receive an email with the mailing list’s policies and options. You will also be able to view a full list of all your subscribers and to keep track of who is receiving your newsletters or any other kind of periodic email correspondence.