Addes option to have default subject and body shown for each post and page.
Fixed Undefined variable errors from post/page meta-box.
Fixed bug where people without the manage_options right could not log into the admin screen at all.
Fixed the support and donate URLs.
Added support for emailing someone when a page is published.
Bug fixes related to sending emails to admins.
Added the widget on the new post and new page editors.
Added support for variables within the subject and body of the message. Supported variables are $domain, $post_url and $title. When processed the emails will be sent with the values of these variables replaced with the URL or the site, the URL of the post and the title of the post respectively.
Tested for WordPress 1.5.1
Made the text box for the message body larger.
Changed all the code to be wrapped within a class to minimize object name problems and to shorten function names.
Added a banner message on the admin pages about the settings needing to be set after initial installation.
Plugin only sends an email when the status is changed. This fixes the problem of sending an email every time an already published post is updated.
Added a security check on the settings page to prevent manual navigation to the settings page.
Removed the settings link from the Installed Plugins page if the user doesn't have the right to edit the settings.
Fixed the donation link on the settings page.
Added support for HTML in the email body.
Added the ability to email a list of addresses on every post being published.
Optimized the PHP code a little.
Moved the donation link on the settings page to a more appropriate location.
Updated the FAQ.
Added the settings screen.
Added the ability to override the subject and body on a post by post basis.
Added the ability to personalize the emails.
Added support for multiple EmailTo fields (see FAQ).
Birth of the plugin.
Requires: 3.0.1 or higher Compatible up to: 4.1.5 Last Updated: 2015-1-10 Active Installs: