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[resolved] No mails sent when new post been scheduled (5 posts)

  1. AndersShowPhoto
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hi Mart
    As you know, I have used Simple Subscribe for sometime and I really like it.
    However, I have a problem that has to do when subscribers receives emails about new posts. It works as it should when I write a new post and publishes it directly, but when I put it on schedule there will be no emails sent.
    I would like that my subscribers always receives mail when a post is published, even when it´s not published immediately.

    Is it possible?

    PS: By the way - I'm using the version


  2. latorante
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Anders my man!

    I'm still working on that translation part you know that? Almost in middle of it, I have only like 4 hours a month on it tho, so it's been really slow.

    Anyways, it should arrive anytime it goes to publish. From draft, or new post, or anything ... :)

    Kind regards,

  3. backupplan123
    Posted 1 year ago #


    This is happening to us too. After a new blog is posted, only registered wordpress users received the new blog notifications. All the other subscribers are not getting the notifications at the scheduled times. I haven't tried to use the "when a new post is published" cron setting yet. We preferred not to, but if that's the only way to notify subscribers then we will do so.


  4. backupplan123
    Posted 1 year ago #

    We just tried the "when a new post is published" option. Again, only registered wordpress users are getting the notifications. Here's the error message:

    Unable to send email: call_user_func_array() expects parameter 1 to be a valid callback, non-static method WP_Feed_Cache::create() should not be called statically.


  5. backupplan123
    Posted 1 year ago #

    This has been fixed. Needed to update php to 5.3

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