Jetpack Subscribe sending email with bad links (9 posts)

  1. WaypointGroup
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I've searched everywhere and hope this post isn't redundant...

    I have just been told by a subscriber that the email that JetPack Subscribe is sending out has bad links in it -- at the bottom of the message where it shows previous "related" content, the email has hardcoded links that refer to a hard-coded path on my hosting server instead of the mapped subdomain, causing my theme to fail and getting a horrible page.

    I've tried resetting the cache, setting permalinks, and using a bad link checker. I have wordpress hosted on my site a few subdirectories deep and have mapped a subdomain to that path so the site is just "blog.[sitename.com]". I have a custom theme that is all linked to this subdomain.

    Thank you for help!

  2. RichardWPG
    Posted 3 years ago #

    You may actually report this problem to JetPack.

  3. esmi
    Forum Moderator
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Can you replicate the problem using the Twenty Eleven theme with all other plugins deactivated?

  4. WaypointGroup
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Good thinking and I just tried that and unfortunately same result -- still sending links that don't refer to the subdomain...

  5. esmi
    Forum Moderator
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Ok - I've (hopefully) flagged this up with the plugin's developers. With luck, someone else should get back to you shortly.

  6. Would you please forward the email with details to support (at) wordpress (dot) com?

  7. WaypointGroup
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I have sent the email as requested. Thank you for looking into this.

  8. Thanks, we'll reply via email as soon as we can.

  9. NeilWyrchowny
    Posted 2 years ago #

    I don't know if this has been resolved, but I believe my problem is similar.

    While testing comments on one of my sites, I received an email that indicated:
    "You recently signed up to follow this blog's posts. This means once you confirm below, you will receive each new post by email.

    To activate, click Confirm Follow. If you believe this is an error, ignore this message and nothing more will happen.

    Blog Name: ITWinnipeg
    Blog URL: http://www.computerandtechstuff.com/itwinnipeg "

    The blog URL in the message along with any other links on the email result in errors ranging from untrusted domain certificate to a 404 error. However the worst part of it would be confusion in the minds of potential clients.

    The WordPress Address (URL) and Site Address (URL) in General settings both appear to be correctly configured to reflect http://www.itWinnipeg.com and have been set as such pretty much since installation.

    It's a brand new page on a relatively site that hasn't allowed commenting previously.

    Fortunately this page is still in test mode, but I would appreciate thoughts and advice so we can move ahead.

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