Word Press Email Notification Plugin v1.4 (5 posts)

  1. briangroce
    Posted 12 years ago #

    My Word Press Email Notification Plugin has been updated to version 1.4.
    It now gives you an option to send the entire text of the post in the e-mail.
    Get it at: http://www.briangroce.com/archives/2004/07/word-press-email-notification-plugin-v14/
    And if you want to make sure you have the latest version, I'm keeping a list at:

  2. pezastic
    Posted 12 years ago #

    Installed and working perfectly! It has been quite confusing trying to keep up with the different versions. Even though the list will help, can't you just keep the newest version in the same place?

  3. john1000
    Posted 12 years ago #

    well then your lucky,cause for some reasons no mail is send.
    the whole subscribe part works but thats about it...
    ive made a test news item,post it..published it but nothing...

  4. pezastic
    Posted 12 years ago #

    It worked for me. I ran a test and had the whole entry text sent to my email address, with a link back to it at the bottom. I did encounter some problems with Yahoo before. If you use Yahoo, make sure your website email address on your Yahoo account isn't blocked. For some reason, mine was and I unblocked it. Now, it is working perfectly.

  5. nstead
    Posted 12 years ago #

    Chances are it's another plugin interfering with it. Try turning off all your other plugins, and see if it works. If so, turn your other plugins back on one by one, making a test post again after each one, until it stops working.
    Then look at the source code for the last plugin you turned on. Two things to check:

    1. Look for the add_action('publish_post',...) or add_filter('publish_post',...) call. The second parameter is the routine that gets called when a post is published. Make sure that this routine returns the $post_ID to the caller - there should be a line near the bottom which says return $post_ID; If there's no such line, then add it immediately before the closing brace ( } ).
    2. Try altering the priority of the add_action (or add_filter) call - the email notification plugin is priority 5, so try altering the other plugin to be 4. If that doesn't work either, change it to 6.

    It took me a while to figure this out - in my case the plugin that was interfering was the Viewlevel plugin.

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