Double opt-in form for building your email list. Define landing pages to distribute your ebooks & software.
In accordance with the CANSPAM act, I have hidden Unverified emails from view. They can not be seen. Sorry, but the temptation is too big to spam unverified emails. Hence the removal.
Yes they can, however they can't go through the registration process. If you are using WP Email Capture Premium, you can send an autoresponder after signing up (which can contain a link to the "thank you" page). Alternatively, add a notice on your landing page to encourage users to bookmark the page.
The WP Email Capture version 2.3 saw the introduction of multiple sidebar widgets. This was coded differently to the pre 2.3 WP Email Capture sidebar widget. As such you will have to recreate the sidebar widget. It's easy to do, but apologies for this - I am working on a fix!
The most likely cause is by putting an email address that doesn't exist in the "From Which Email Address". Please don't put a noreply@, as spam eats this up. Also, make sure your email address is from your server (rather than a @gmail/@hotmail/@yahoo email address). Finally, try improving your deliverability rate by sending your emails through SMTP using WP Mail SMTP.
No. I feel that to do so would be counter productive, as sending out email could have a detrimental effect on your server. There are a number of services we recommend, such as Aweber, to send out lists built on WP Email Capture.
This plugin is unsupported for WordPress MU. Some people have reported success in using it. Others haven't. I have been unable to figure out why (I've been unable to get it working for WordPress MU).
This is sometimes the case if your hosting (usually Godaddy) disables certain ways of sending mail. If you use WP Mail SMTP, you can send emails in a different way that works.
This plugin does use widgets, so probably yes :)
Wherever you put in %NAME% (spelt exactly like that, uppercase as well), it will be replaced with the name given by the user.