PN has all my scheduled posts queued for sending, claims to have them arranged to be sent at the appropriate time, but will only send that day’s notification if I log in first.
I went to settings: And there is this paragraph under the “when to send” box: By default PN sends mails after the page has been rendered and sent to the user (shutdown). Some hosters kill all scripts after the connection has been closed. You can try sending mails before the page is rendered (header) or before creating the footer of the page (footer).
How do I get it to send without me as “the user” logging into the site? This paragraph shows that my complaint is valid, as it won’t send until AFTER I looked at the post on the screen. . . meaning the page was rendered and the email notification sent. I want the email to go out without a user having to visit the site first.
A second and possibly related question. . . when I set the post schedule for 6:00am, will that still go out at 6am or do I need to change it to 06:00am? Not sure if this would make a difference or not.
But I don’t want to get up at 6am to “look” at my post before the email goes out. . .
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