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[resolved] Registed users dont received emails (2 posts)

  1. ferreira2u
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Hello

    I'm creating a website, using wordpress 3.3 and Subscribe2 (last version) and the users i create dont receive any email.

    I check and all users have all Subscribed Categories.
    All new posts i create, they dont sendo any email, but if i click on "Send Email Previw" the admin email receive 4 emails.

    All settings:
    - Restrict the number of recipients per email to (0 for unlimited): 0
    - Send Admins notifications for new: Subscriptions
    - Send Emails for Pages: Yes
    - Send Emails for Password Protected Posts: Yes
    - Send Emails for Private Posts: Yes
    - Send Email From: Posta Author
    - Send Emails: For each Post
    - Send Digest Notification at: 12am
    - For digest notifications, date order for posts is: Descending
    - Add Tracking Parameters to the Permalink:
    - Dont change Email Templates
    - Set default Subscribe2 page as ID: Subscrições
    - Set the number of Subscribers displayed per page: 25
    - X - Show the Subscribe2 button on the Write toolbar?
    - Subscribe new users registering with your blog: Automatically
    - Auto-subscribe includes any excluded categories: No
    - Registration Form option is checked by default: No
    - Auto-subscribe users to receive email as: Plain Text - Excerpt
    - Registered Users have the option to auto-subscribe to new categories: No
    - Option for Registered Users to auto-subscribe to new categories is checked by default: No
    - Display checkbox to allow subscriptions from the comment form: No

    Whats wrong ?

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/subscribe2/

  2. mattyrob
    Member
    Plugin Contributor

    Posted 2 years ago #

    @ferreira2u,

    Go to Subscribe2 -> Settings and make sure you have set the number of recipients per email to 1 and also set the "sender" of the email to an administrator level user who has an email address on the same domain as the blog (so, if your blog is http://www.example.com the email should be something like admin@example.com).

    If all that fails to work speak to your hosting provider and ask them to check the logs to see why the emails are being rejected.

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