PHPlist – bestehende Signatur im Newsletter durch eigene ersetzen

Per Default werden die von PHPlist versandten Emails mit einem eigenen Schriftzug, oder die HTML-Newsletter gar mit einem PHPlist-Logo unterhalb des Footertextes versehen. Ist die nicht gewünscht müssen folgende Einstellungen geändert werden:

In der Datei admin/sendmaillib.php kann folgende Zeile…

$html[„signature“] = $PoweredByText;

…wie folgt angepasst werden:

$html[„signature“] = ‚powered by and‚;

Für den Newsletter im Text-Format wird die Zeile

$text[„signature“] = „\n\n–\npowered by phpList, –\n\n“;

entsprechend geändert:

$text[„signature“] = „\n\n–\npowered by and –\n\n“;

Zudem sollten auf Wunsch die folgenden Einstellungen in der config/config.php wie dargestellt konfiguriert werden:

# use Register to „register“ to Once you set TEST to 0, the system will then
# request the „Powered By“ image from, instead of locally. This will give me
# a little bit of an indication of how much it is used, which will encourage me to continue
# developing PHPlist. If you do not like this, set Register to 0.
define („REGISTER“,0);

# We request you retain some form of credits on the public elements of
# PHPlist. These are the subscribe pages and the emails.
# This not only gives respect to the large amount of time given freely
# by the developers but also helps build interest, traffic and use of
# PHPlist, which is beneficial to future developments.
# By default the webpages and the HTML emails will include an image and
# the text emails will include a powered by line

# If you want to remove the image from the HTML emails, set this constant
# to be 1, the HTML emails will then only add a line of text as signature

# if you want to also remove the image from your public webpages
# set the next one to 1, and the pages will only include a line of text

# in order to get some feedback about performance, PHPlist can send statistics to a central
# email address. To de-activate this set the following value to 1

# this is the email it will be sent to. You can leave the default, or you can set it to send
# to your self. If you use the default you will give me some feedback about performance
# which is useful for me for future developments
# $stats_collection_address = ‚‘;