I have had Subscribe2 for about 18 months now and although I like the concept of it, it has never worked for me in sending out email notices for new posts to subscibers. I successfully receive email to my admin (registered user) account for new subscribers/unsubsribers/etc but every time a post goes up, only this one admin address (my own) gets the email and I have to manually mail it to my subscribers.
I have seen it written in numerous other posts in this forum that a solution to this issue is to contact the host regarding limits on emails, PHP settings, spam etc. I have done this and there are no restrictions that would in anyway block emails from going out to my subscribers on the hosting end (I should note this is only going out to like 30 people at once anyway.) I have also seen it recommended that I install an email log to my WP, which I have had for some time, and which notes that an email HAS gone out, but only lists my admin email as the recipient.
I should also note that nothing goes out through the "send email" option either even when pubic subscribers is chosen. Again, only the admin gets the mail. I am using the most recent update of WP and Subscribe2. I have only public subscribers and one "registered user" which is my admin. All settings are thus that an email should be automatic upon publishing a post. "Send Emails for ___" all checked Yes. "Restrict number of recipients = 0" Send Emails "For each post" "Disable email notifications is checked by default.... unchecked"
Can anyone shed light on what is going on here and what I can possibly check, confirm, change, or experiment with to get this working (please no rehash of the above 'solutions' which have been exhausted) Thank you!