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Piping Step 4: Plugin Settings

With your email alias created, the last thing left to do is to tell the WordPress Newsletters plugin which email address to use and how to act when a bounce notification has been received.

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Piping Step 2: Upload CGI & CHMOD

In the previous step, you configured the “wpmlbounce.cgi” file and changed the value of the “wordpress_url” variable to your blog address url (home page of your wordpress blog).

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Piping Step 1: Configure Bounce Script

The first step towards setting up bounce management for your WordPress Newsletters plugin is to configure/edit the bounce script included with the package.

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Newsletters: Bounce Management

In a few easy steps (see the navigation to the right) you can configure your WordPress Newsletters plugin to receive bounce messages and act on those bounce emails in order to help you keep your mailing list(s) clean at all times.

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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 credit card, debit card, echeck, paypal, etc… payments.

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