SMTP Cycle Email


Using this plugin, you can send email to different users using various SMTP servers with spinning text feature. You can set cron job from cpanel to send email automatically from your server by using this file – your-domain/wp-content/plugins/smtp-cycle-email/cron.php.

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Main key feature for this plugins

  • SMTP servers to send email
  • Use SMTP servers cycle wise
  • Spinning text to generate dynamic content
  • Set cron job to send scheduled email

There is a publicly accessible web page file which triggers the cron script every 5 minutes. You can use or cpanel to set a cron job to simply load the page. The page, when loaded, just grabs the “scheduled” email that is to be sent out and send it out using the next-available SMTP server.

Each time the SMTP servers cycled. For example, after server 1 is used, then the next server attempted. Only use servers marked as active. If the outbound message is not successful, then mark the SMTP server as INACTIVE and reset the message to “scheduled”. If the message is successful, mark the message as sent (insert the date-time) and also mark the SMTP server’s date last used so that the next time the script runs, it knows to use the OLDEST use SMTP server and can keep cycling through them.

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  • Add SMTP server information
  • add email message
  • how to schedule message
  • status for scheduled message
  • option page layout


  1. Download the plugin and extract the files
  2. Upload “smtp-cycle-email” to your wp-content/plugins/ directory
  3. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  4. Check the “SMTP Server” Tab created by this plugins for setup.


Where do I submit a question?

This is my first attempt at a plugin, so I don’t have a FAQ yet.

Contributors & Developers

“SMTP Cycle Email” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.




  • HTML fixed
  • Banner added in plugins pages


  • First version.