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WP SendGrid

Description

By sending all emails through SendGrid, you can help them end up in an inbox, not a spam folder.
SendGrid provides a high-deliverability email service, protecting your emails from overzealous spam filters.
WP SendGrid uses SendGrid’s API to make sure your site’s emails are delivered.
This helps ensure reliability for plugins that notify subscribers of new posts, verify new user emails, and perform other email-based tasks.

If you do WordPress development on Windows, or are hosting your site on Windows Azure, this plugin is an easy way to make sure your emails can be delivered.
Because Windows doesn’t have a built-in sendmail service, WordPress can’t send emails by default,
but since WP SendGrid routes all emails through the SendGrid API, they will be delivered, even if you’re running on Windows.

To install, enable WP SendGrid like you would any other WordPress plugin. Enter your SendGrid credentials (you’ll need a SendGrid account), and you should be ready to go. If you wish, you can also choose between SendGrid’s REST API and their SMTP servers, and whether to connect to SendGrid using a secure connection.

Reviews

Thank you to the developers

IstanbulMMV

Many thanks to Will and Tony for this plugin. I have wp-sendgrid successfully installed on a WordPress Multisite instance. The official SendGrid plugin doesn't appear to support Multisite network activation at this stage (2016/07/22).

where do i need to add api

rawi.rai

You need a SendGrid account to send emails with the SendGrid API?? but where !!

i add use and password but while send test email it show

SendGrid options updated Send Test Email There was a problem sending the test email. Double check your settings.

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Changelog

2.1.0

  • Added support for network-level settings in Multisite

2.0.1

  • Fix a typo in wp_mail function definition

2.0

  • Rewrote settings page using the Settings API
  • Added filters to make extending easier

1.0.1

  • Remove hardcoded “from” address and use WordPress provided address instead

1.0

  • Initial release

Contributors & Developers

This is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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