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Newsletter Config: WordPress Related

Newsletters > Configuration > System > WordPress Related 1. Object Cache Tick or untick this setting to use WordPress Object Cache to cache data for performance. It’s recommended that this setting is off if your PHP memory_limit is low. 2. TinyMCE Editor Button This is set to “Show” by default. Setting it to “Hide” will remove the Continue Reading…

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Newsletter: cForms plugin

If you are using the cForms plugin and the WordPress Newsletter plugin on the same site, chances are that your TinyMCE visual editor in WordPress will be broken when you try to send newsletters, edit templates, etc. Cause of problem The reason for this problem is the cForms plugin which creates a Javascript error in Continue Reading…

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Newsletters Config: General Mail Settings

Newletters > Configuration > General > General Mail Settings General Mail Settings 1. Administrator Email This is the email that will be used as the Administrator’s email account. All admin notifications from the plugin are sent to this email address. Your From address (see below) can be a different email which is used to send Continue Reading…

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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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WordPress Newsletter plugin: Usage

WordPress Newsletter plugin usage.

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Beautiful Newsletter Templates

Professional newsletter templates that are fully responsive for desktop, tablet, and mobile. They are 100% cross-client compatible.

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