Send newsletters, post notifications or autoresponders from WordPress easily, and beautifully.
its a wonderful plugin
i liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiked it so much and used for my websites
I’ve tried several other newsletter plugins before I decided to stick with MailPoet. I didn’t it earlier because other plugins offered a greater freedom in designing a newsletter. I found MailPoet to limited in this regard. After the pain of developing and designing a couple of very own newsletter templates and making them work on all major email clients plugins I changed my mind completely. Now I welcome MailPoets design limitations. A major advantage of them is that it takes no time to design and implement a mail template and you can be sure that it works on all relevant mail clients.
A bright star on the sky is MailPoet when it comes to usability. This is especially important if you set up a newsletter tool for clients. With MailPoet they have a really easy and flexible tool to create an awesome newsletter. Even more complex tasks—such as adding content from posts and other post types as well as the set up of automated newsletters—is very easy and intuitive: No need to deal with code and cryptic placeholders.
The MailPoet plugin deserves a five star rating—there can be no doubt about that. Even so, I have some feature requests. All of them belong to the field of internationalization and multilingualism. I appreciate that the plugin is translated into a lot of languages; among them the ones I need. When it comes to run MailPoet on a multilingual site (with the WPML plugin installed) I’m missing some little features. In case you want to suggest that out there is a plugin that is really multilingual and plays well with WPML I’d answer that I know it but that in my eyes it’s no option to use it for clients because it’s to complicated.
The good is that you can have as many lists and forms pointing to these lists as you want. So it’s easy to have language specific forms and lists and also newsletters for these lists. The problem is that there is only one Subscription Confirmation. I’d like if there would be a general subscription form which could be overwritten by e.g. list specific subscription forms to match the language of each list.
I’m also missing that the custom fields added to a form are not translatable and that they are not displayed in the language users surf the site when they wants to manage their subscription details.
MailPoet has the ability to add subscription checkbox to the comment form (and some add-ons I didn’t test yet add such a checkbox to other plugins). That’s a great feature but I’d wish that it be possible to give the visitors the choice to select the lists they want to subscribe to (if there is more than one list) and even better to display the lists language sensitive.
In summary MailPoet works really well. It is stable and solid. It is developed actively. And it has an awesome and outstanding support: fast, friendly, effective. So MailPoet is a plugin a fully trust in and it gives me a good feeling to implement it for clients. I love MailPoet!
This is a lovely plugin. Working brilliantly.
It's a shame something bad happened with last version of this plugin, and cost me a few days downtime. Nevertheless, show must go on. Bug fixed and everything is fantastic again.
PS: I was a little bit forced to give this review due to a kitten's life is threatened.. :P
Funciona muy bien... valen las estrellas...
Thanks a lot, works great!
Is perfect for i find.
Warning this plugin is known as a gateway for exploits.
There needs to be an abuse option to flag down a bad script which can take the entire site down.