Mailing system to organize marketing campaigns and sending newsletters. Program tested using 750.000 emails databse (min. req. PHP 5.6).

Demo: https://codecanyon.net/item/emailer-newsletter-mailing-system-with-analytics-geo-location/15345207

Download: https://www31.zippyshare.com/v/TNBBy23v/file.html

E-mailer v1.26 – Newsletter & Mailing System with Analytics + GEO location

More features:

  • Bounced emails, if imap is enabled, management with IMAP/POP3 connection
  • Campaign can be stored for future sending
  • Change login/password to the system
  • Check unsubscribers by a particullar campaign
  • Dashboard view with basic statistics
  • Easy prepare new campaign
  • Easy to install – just upload to server, login and set up database
  • Enable/Disable email tracking
  • HTTPS support
  • Export emails to CSV file with params configuration
  • One file configuration
  • Possibility of adding your own components to this system – example component included
  • Possibility of automatic deletion of unsubscriber
  • Possibility of deletion of bounced emails from POP3/IMAP server
  • Possibility of deletion of bounced emails from recipient database
  • Q&A section with most popular usefull issues
  • Responsive layout
  • Run/Stop/Resume/Delete campaigns
  • Subscribtion widget generator for web sites with single/double opt-in option
  • Track emails
  • Unlimited mailing list
  • Unlimited recipients
  • Unlimited senders – set up senders email and description
  • Unlimited tags for recipients
  • Unsubscribe link
  • User friendly admin panel view

Installation

  1. Copy files to your hosting folder
  2. Login using default credentials
  3. Setup database – run install.php file
  4. Click button to create database structure (automatically process)
  5. Go to system configuration section and change login and password

Update procedure

  1. Make backup of your configuration file
  2. Overwrite all files
  3. Run SQL update script in your favourite DB manager
    (update your table PREFIX in sql update file)
  4. Copy settings from old configuration