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[Resolved] [Plugin: Event-O-Matic] USER EMAILS LOST

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  • Hi lets try this for the second time.

    WE are a multimedia company and we like your plug in. however, where are all the emails going?

    we are willing to give you MONEY…I thought that might get your attention.

    you have no email working on your website! no way to log in to your website!

    will have to pull this plug in down if we don’t get a response

    Plugin Author Matthew

    @mjgarvi

    User emails are located within the eom_user table.

    Plugin Author Matthew

    @mjgarvi

    Email messages within the plugin are sent to the site administrator of the blog.

    Where exactly can I find this eom-user table? I’m also interested in those emails as a magazine trying to promote business.
    Thanks!

    Plugin Author Matthew

    @mjgarvi

    It is part of the WordPress database and not publicly available. Access can be gained by browsing within your database for the wp_eom_users table. The newest version of the event manager will have a listing of all users who have submitted events to your blog and their email addresses.

    Thanks a lot! I finally realized what you meant by database, this whole time I was looking in the root.

    Plugin Author Matthew

    @mjgarvi

    Nein. User emails are stored directly within the WP database in their own table. All eom related data is stored within the own tables:

    eom_venues, eom_users, eom_events, eom_dates

    careful about simply sending out mass emails to these users – as they havent specifically opted into receiving mail from your site, they may mark your mails as spam, and get your mail blocked by hosts and isps.

    Good point, I wonder if thats something you might want to implement… Kind of like a user agreement or opting out of email contact

    Plugin Author Matthew

    @mjgarvi

    Probably most appropriate for a newsletter plugin. Use MailChimp and have them directly opt in.

    Eom only tracks user emails to allow them to manage their submissions in a future release.

    Good point. Thanks for your help though! I can’t wait to see the new release!

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