Mastering Email Deliverability: A Comprehensive Guide – Updated for Yahoo and Google Requirements

Deliverability

Introduction Email deliverability is no longer just about avoiding the spam folder; it is about understanding and implementing a set of stringent standards that govern how emails are authenticated, sent, and received. These standards, once considered best practices, have now solidified into non-negotiable requirements for email delivery, making it imperative for marketers and businesses to … Read more

How to Install Interspire with cPanel

How to Install Interspire with cPanel

cPanel is a popular Graphical User Interface (GUI) provided by many hosting companies to help their customers manage their servers and websites. This guide walks you through installing Interspire Email Marketer (IEM) using cPanel. The focus is on installing Interspire and does not cover the creation of email boxes for example. Please review the Interspire … Read more

How to Install Interspire on Ubuntu

How to Install Interspire on Ubuntu

This step-by-step guide will walk you through installing Interspire Email Marketer (IEM) on Ubuntu using a VULTR One-Click App Virtual Private Server (VPS). Interspire needs a LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP) or LEMP (Linux, Nginx, MySQL and PHP) stack to run. Please review Interspire’s Server Requirements for more details. We will be using VULTR’s … Read more

Using Amazon SES to Send Emails

Using Amazon SES to Send Emails

Introduction You can configure Interspire Email Marketer to use one of the most affordable email sending services, Amazon Simple Email Service (SES). This guide walks you through the steps to use Amazon SES to send email with Interspire Email Marketer (IEM). The setup consists of three main parts: The initial setup of SES in your … Read more

Release Notes

Release Notes

Version: 8.3.0 Released: 20 February, 2024 – Added Support For MySQL 8.0 and MariaDB 10.x – Added Extra Header Text Area Box At Campaign Send – Added Alert On Contact List Delete – Modified Newsletters Contacts Tracking For Improved Sending Speed – Fixed Editing Segment That Uses Date Range ‘Is Between’ Doesn’t Display Correctly – … Read more

Setting Up Scheduled Sending Using Cron

Setting Up Scheduled Sending Using Cron

Cron jobs are schedule based services that run on just about every UNIX and Linux server. A cron job allows you to run commands and scripts on a recurring schedule at certain times and dates that you can set in a “crontab”. It can be set to run any PHP script or any command that … Read more

Adding a subscription form to your website

Adding a subscription form to your website

The easiest way to let people signup to your contact list is to create a subscription form. Using the IEM form wizard it’s a simple matter of a few clicks to generate the HTML code for a subscription widget or form that you can add to any page on your web site. The example widget … Read more

Server Requirements

Server Requirements

Server Requirements Please ensure your web host meets the application requirements below. We also have step-by-step instructions to install on a VPS running Ubuntu or a cPanel based sever. Requirements FAQ Does Interspire Email Marketer work with PHP 8.x? PHP 5 is not supported in any way. Does Interspire Email Marketer work with Windows? We … Read more

XML API Documentation

XML API Documentation

Introduction The Interspire Email Marketer XML API is a remotely accessible service API to allow Interspire Email Marketer users to run many of the Interspire Email Marketer API functions using XML requests. The Interspire Email Marketer XML API makes it possible to programmatically update and use your system without needing to physically access it. As … Read more

Using the API

Using the API

Email Marketer XML API usage and examples. Email Marketer’s API can be invoked by sending XML requests. The API files are found in the /emailmarketer/admin/functions/api/ directory. Each XML request requires a username, user token, request type, request method, and details. The API file containing the method you want to invoke is the request type, the … Read more