WP Mail and PHP mail() function according to RFC 822

  1. flaviowd

    In many hosts in Brazil are disabled by default PHP mail function, or are forcing you to use authenticated SMTP to send emails, or requiring that you use the return-path and replay-to headers. It also requires that the field FROM use an email from your own domain. So, for example, if your domain is xyz.com you necessarily have to use an email like wp@xyz.com or no-replay@xyz.com.
    The email address used in the FROM field should be the same used in the header return-path.

    This is to comply with RFC 822 http://www.freesoft.org/CIE/RFC/822/index.htm and http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc822.html

    So, I think that we need to creat a solution to solve this. maybe, we should implement SMTP by default on WordPress, ou use a 'virtual' email account on headers FROM and return-path, like no-replay@domain.com or wp@domain.com.

    Tks and sorry for my bad english ;)

    Posted: 5 years ago #
  2. ramon fincken

    Deletes all tags, handy tool if you want to start over with a quick clean blog.

    Deletes all tags, handy tool if you want to start over with a quick clean blog.
    * Coding by MijnPress.nl
    * Idea by hosting.ber-art.nl

    1. Upload directory mass_delete_tags to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
    2. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress.
    3. Visit Plugins menu to mass delete your tags.

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    1. mass-delete-tags screenshot 1

      Start overview

    2. mass-delete-tags screenshot 2

      Staggered delete page

    3. mass-delete-tags screenshot 3

      Done delete all tags


    First release

    Posted: 6 years ago #

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