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  • Plugin Author MailPoet

    (@wysija)

    There are several reasons we can’t use wp_mail() function. If for some reason, you’ll need to use it, there’s a tip here: http://cfxdesign.com/email-wordpress-posts-to-subscribers-with-mandrill-and-mailpoet/

    The next version of MailPoet will come with wp_mail() as a sending method option.

    There are several reasons we can’t use wp_mail() function.

    But can you consider atleast calling the filters? This will enable other plugins that depend on this filter like mine.

    The next version of MailPoet will come with wp_mail() as a sending method option

    Will look forward for it, but as I said if you can add the filters even for non wp_mail functions, that would be very helpful.

    Plugin Author MailPoet

    (@wysija)

    Unfortunately, we are not adding any modifications to the current version of the plugin.

    All right. I will just had a note in my plugin FAQ’s saying that it is not compatible with your plugin for now.

    I will revisit it again once you have enabled the option to send email through wp_mail

    Email Log is a really useful plugin, and there have been several times when I wanted to check what emails MailPoet has sent, but have been unable to.

    Looking forward to when this might be possible!

    Me too, I would love to see my MailPoet-mails in the Email log!
    Hopefully you will be able to update the plugin, so the 2 plugins work nicely together…
    🙂 Mads

    The next version of MailPoet will come with wp_mail() as a sending method option.

    Any updates on this? 🙂

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