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Newsletters: POP/IMAP Mailbox Bounce

The WordPress Newsletters plugin has a POP/IMAP mailbox bounce method which retrieves bounced emails directly from a POP3 or IMAP mailbox using a host, port, username and password (just like an email client such as Outlook, Mac OS Mail, Thunderbird, etc) and then takes action based on your configuration settings. See under Newsletters > Configuration Continue Reading…

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Newsletters: Export Subscribers

At some stage during your usage of the WordPress Newsletter plugin, you might need to export your current subscribers of either all lists or a specific mailing list for backup purposes or for alternate use.

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Newsletters: Import Subscribers

The WordPress mailing list plugin allows you to import subscribers into your database from either a CSV spreadsheet or a Mac OS address book vCard file exported from your Mac OS operating system. All subscribers imported will be assigned to a specified mailing list that you choose and will be activated immediately in order to Continue Reading…

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Newsletters: Prepare CSV via phpMyAdmin

You might currently have a members database with a table containing records of members, each with an email address and possibly other values as well such as first names, last names, ages, genders, etc… With the flexibility of the importing feature of the WordPress Newsletter plugin, you can import a CSV file with any structure Continue Reading…

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Paid Subscriptions

The paid subscriptions feature of the WordPress Newsletter plugin allows you to accept specified payments for subscribers in specified intervals for specific mailing lists. The plugin currently supports PayPal and 2Checkout through which you can accept payments via credit card, debit card, eCheck, PayPal balance, and so on.

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