August 19th, 2013

MailsterMailster – a flexible mailing list solution for Joomla

Let your users be part of a group and communicate by email without having to log into your Joomla site. Any mail send to the mailing list email address is forwarded to the rest of the members of the group.

– For Group communication and newsletters
– Usable with any POP3/IMAP email account
– Recipients are managed by the admin in the backend
– Users can (un)subscribe with frontend plugin or module (optional)
– All Joomla users can be chosen as recipients, additional users can be stored
– Users can be organized in groups
– Single users or whole groups can be added as recipients of a mailing list
– Replies to mailing list posts can be forwarded to all recipients
– Mail archive for browsing the mails
– Full support of HTML emails and attachments
– Seamless installation: all plugins are included and are installed automatically
– English, German, French, Italian, Danish, Japanese and Slovenian translation included
– many more features

Designed for all…
– users that are tired of group messaging systems that require another login
– users who want to communicate with their favourite mail client
– admins that are tired of updating personal details on different systems
– admins who want to be able to use users within Joomla as recipients of a mailing list

———— Changelog ————
Version 0.4.0 (18.08.2013)
– Compatibility with Joomla 3.0 and 3.1
– Italian translation added
– Blocked/bounced mail view available in free edition as well
– Complete mail queue can be cleared
– GUI enhancements, performance optimizations and 5 bug fixes

Version 0.3.8 (22.02.2013)
– Personalize emails with new text variables for recipient name and email
– Add user to Mailster group when subscribing through subscriber plugin or module
– 3 more translations added (Danish, Slovenian, Japanese)
– Email attachments are stored in a configurable folder

Note that this version has limitations (e.g. max. 50 recipients per list) compared to our commercial product Mailster Professional. Find a full feature comparison list over here: