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[Resolved] Emails sent out via wpMandrill are tagged as 'wp_call_user_func_array'

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  • Plugin Author MC_Will

    @mc_will

    Hello,

    Automatic tagging of emails is part of the features of wpMandrill.

    This process is done by analyzing the stack trace of calls made by the time wp_mail is called.

    So this is why you have tags like wp_retrieve_password wp_newuser_notification, etc.

    Sometimes, wpMandrill can’t find the exact function used to call wp_main. In this case, wpMandrill uses ‘wp_call_user_func_array’.

    You can change this behavior by using the wp_mandrill_payload wordpress filter. Remove, add or change any tag you want or need. The ‘tag’ parameter of the payload, is an array of three values: General, Automatic and User.

    I hope it helps,
    Will

    Thanks for the directions. I see an example of wp_mandrill_payload in the how-tos accompanying the plugin. Will look into it.

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