When I request Googles permission I get this:
http://jbmoore.com/wp-admin/options-general.php?page=postman&code=4/bEO6nHgLEdzgJgbeb826aR1sHMbanuIv9keLr75aQuQ.wmGfl2JXtQ8fJvIeHux6iLY7cshilgI and no page shows.
Can you send me a screenshot? jason at- hendriks dot- ca
Did you mean that the link above is what you seen in the address bar of your browser but you have a blank screen?
That would mean the plugin has crashed sometime after the auth request with Google but before it has a chance to bring you back to the settings page….
Can we start with deleting the plugin and re-installing?
Little Feet, how is the plugin working for you? Any additional feedback for me? If you have any feature requests please let me know! 🙂
Hi, I have the same problem, on http://localhost:8888/bby/wp-admin/options-general.php?page=postman on [Request Permission from Google]. A response will be appreciated, best regards.
Thanks for response.
With upgrade to 1.3.1 i have [code] Call to private PostmanAuthorizationToken::__construct() from invalid context in /Applications/MAMP/htdocs/bby/wp-content/plugins/postman-smtp/postman.php on line 115
I tried install on, my website, http://www.telmoespanha.pt, and didn´t show any message. I think that´s work, (i don´t have permission on server on port 465,) so i can´t send email test.
I Will appreciate, for now, testing on my local server http://localhost:8888/
Thanks, about this question...
Thanks for all feedback suport.
I´am testing version 1.3.4 on localhost, and I have now this messages:
Port 25 Closed (php_network_getaddresses: getaddrinfo failed: nodename nor servname provided, or not known)
Port 465 Closed (php_network_getaddresses: getaddrinfo failed: nodename nor servname provided, or not known)
Port 587 Closed (php_network_getaddresses: getaddrinfo failed: nodename nor servname provided, or not known)
I will test with Ampps, Mamp isn`t work with permissions.
Oh no, looks like PHP can not open ports on your computer. But it’s possible that your ports ARE open and PHP is just misconfigured.
Try a telnet test to the mail server from the terminal where your WordPress is installed:
Jasons-MacBook-Pro:plugins jasonhendriks$ telnet smtp.gmail.com 465 Trying 220.127.116.11... Connected to gmail-smtp-msa.l.google.com.
If you see Connected, then you need to fix your PHP/Apache installation:
- You must set the allow_url_fopen property in your PHP5 config
- Make sure you have LoadFile /lib/libnss_dns.so in Apache’s config
Try Googling for your error. Unfortunately, that’s the best I can do to help you get going.
@telmoespanha, I have a new version of the plugin that can send Gmail on port 443, that’s the HTTPS port. It is very likely that this port is open on your host. Would you like to try the new code?
Hello, Jason I was working with isotope and wordpress, I will see now this, thanks for suport, for your dedication and sharing solutions.
My pleasure. Install the latest Postman to see if port 443 is open on your host. The new Postman Gmail API Extension provides email delivery even when the standard ports are blocked
Hello @littlefeet757, I found someone with your original issue and was able to create a fix finally!
This issue has been fixed in Postman v1.6.6, marking as resolved.
@telmoespanha, did you ever get this working?
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