Display wp_mail Error Messages

Description

Display wp_mail Error Messages

Many plugins use the WordPress function wp_mail to send emails. When an error happens, it’s hard to locate the problem. This plugin will catch the wp_mail error messages and display them.

Features

  • Easy to use
  • Automatically clear the log when it exceeds the defined maximum length limit.

How to Use

After the plugin is installed and activated, in the WordPress backend, goto the left menu WP Error Messages -> Show Errors.

Installation

Install the plugin in WordPress backend

  1. In WordPress backend, go to menu Plugins -> Add New
  2. Search “Display wp_mail Error Messages”
  3. Install the plugin

Install the plugin with downloaded plugin zip file

  1. In WordPress backend, go to menu Plugins -> Add New
  2. Click the link Upload Plugin
  3. Select the plugin zip file, then click Install Now

Uninstall the plugin

  1. In WordPress backend, go to menu Plugins -> Installed Plugins
  2. Deactivate the plugin
  3. After the plugin is deactivated, Delete the plugin

FAQ

Installation Instructions

Install the plugin in WordPress backend

  1. In WordPress backend, go to menu Plugins -> Add New
  2. Search “Display wp_mail Error Messages”
  3. Install the plugin

Install the plugin with downloaded plugin zip file

  1. In WordPress backend, go to menu Plugins -> Add New
  2. Click the link Upload Plugin
  3. Select the plugin zip file, then click Install Now

Uninstall the plugin

  1. In WordPress backend, go to menu Plugins -> Installed Plugins
  2. Deactivate the plugin
  3. After the plugin is deactivated, Delete the plugin

Reviews

Very helpful

After hours of search and try, this plugin got me the right hint to solve the problem.
Thanks a lot

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Contributors & Developers

“Display wp_mail Error Messages” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

1.1

  • Display “no error messages” when the log is empty.

1.0

  • First version released