I am working on a marketplace plugin. If the vendors do not accept the order within the date range I set, the order will be cancelled. For this, I have determined a time period of order date +3 days. So far, so good.
I want to set the SMTP settings manually instead of using a plugin. I did this using this resource. However, there is a problem.
If the user clicks “Reply”, a different e-mail appears. Probably I’ve described this before with the plugin. However, I cannot remove it. If I make a new definition as below, it creates a new reply e-mail. Therefore, the past is not erased.
What I want: If the user clicks to reply to the incoming e-mail, only smtp_from e-mail should appear.
I have code that send message to email, it works at PHP 7.2, but after we changed version to PHP 8 it didn’t works. Maybe someone have ideas whats wrong?
I’m using the Post SMTP Plugin, but I manually send email via the wp_mail() function. The gmail client shows the correct From:, but when I…
I am trying to make a email template for my wordpress site. So I tried to include the HTML mockup that was given to me, but instead of putting it directly on the same file, I would like to include() instead. Here is what my code looks like that’s returning the error.
What is the advantage of using
mail(). Codex says they’re similar, but they seem to be very similar.
Assume we have blank WP site and we want to setup SMTP settings programmatically in our plugin or theme. What’s the easiest way to do it without changing core files?
When I use
wp_mail( $to, $subject, $message, $headers ) (with values in place, of course), the email gets sent with a from name and email that isn’t set anywhere I can find (not even in PHP or Apache settings). However, using
mail( $to, $subject, $message, $headers ) instead works just fine. What could be happening with
wp_mail() to cause this?
Summary Because of a bug in WP Core, sending multipart emails (html/text) with wp_mail() (to reduce chance of emails ending up in spam folders) will…
I want to do something after WordPress sent an email. For example, after sending “Reset Password” email using