Support » Plugin: WP Mail SMTP » cannot access protected property

  • Hi,

    the plugin is since version 3.2 of wordpress broken. if i try to send out an email test the following error occours:

    Fatal error: Cannot access protected property PHPMailer::$language in [directory] wp_mail_smtp.php on line 197

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  • Plugin Author Callum Macdonald

    (@chmac)

    Well spotted. I pushed out version 0.9.1 with a fix.

    It’s only the reporting of the test feature that was affected. Emails were still sent, including test mails. I believe the new version should be live on wp.org in 15 minutes or so once it filters through.

    @callum Macdonald , Its still showing error

    I am getting the following error:

    Fatal error: Cannot access protected property PHPMailer::$language in [directory]/wp-mail-smtp/wp_mail_smtp.php on line 197

    I haven;t been able to use the mailer program

    As a follow-up, no test emails were ever sent… I received the fatal error but did not receive the email.

    I am also getting the same error message upon upgrading to WP 3.2:

    PHP Fatal error: Cannot access protected property PHPMailer

    I’ve done a little testing on my site, and this has been affecting real emails, as well as test emails.

    I’m looking forward to a fix for this issue. Other than this small issue, I’ve been using the wp-mail-smtp plugin for a little while, and have had much better luck than the built in PHP mail function. Thank you for making a great plugin, Callum.

    Plugin Author Callum Macdonald

    (@chmac)

    I pushed the fix into svn already, but there seems to be a bug on WordPress.org. When I look at the plugin page the download link says the text 0.9.0 but the link is actually to download 0.9.1. The bug is fixed in 0.9.1. As soon as WordPress.org updates properly, it’ll be live.

    Just to re-iterate, the plugin still works, there’s just an error on sending a test mail.

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