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  • joshuabaer23


    You potentially could have Admins set to not track.

    I see now. Its a 4 minute difference to be more accurate. I hadnt noticed that yet.

    Ill give those commands a run in the morning and see if that solves it. That makes sense it would rectify this matter. Thanks for helping out. Ill holler tomorrow if I still get stuck.

    Again, thank you.

    No. The Google auth app is not the same code as the one displayed in WP. Iv tested many times and never was able to make them match.

    ANother point I may be confused on is time. I have my WP and server set to UTC time. Both times reflect the same in the settings. But I personally am in central time.

    This seems fine to me, but could I be wrong? How would my users work this out if they are all in different time zones?

    Excuse me. Its called the “Current one-time password.”
    Im positive this is yours. I see the two Daves along side the version number.

    I am attaching my debug. This is while I have 10 emails in the proper inbox. These ten emails were already “postied” last week, but they didnt become a pst as I needed them. Note, I am removing the email address used from debug

    postiePostie Settings (v1.9.13)
    Starting mail fetch
    WordPress datetime: 2017-11-27 17:22:12
    doing postie_session_start
    OS: Linux 3.16.0-4-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 3.16.43-2+deb8u5 (2017-09-19) x86_64
    PHP Version: 5.6.30-0+deb8u1
    PHP error_log:
    PHP log_errors: On
    PHP get_temp_dir: /tmp/
    PHP cURL version: 7.38.0
    MySQL Version: 5.6.37
    WordPress Version: 4.9
    WordPress Singlesite
    WP_TEMP_DIR: (none)
    WP_HOME: (none)
    WP_SITEURL: (none)
    WP_DEBUG: Off
    WP_MAX_MEMORY_LIMIT: 256M (default)
    iconv: present
    Active plugins
    [0] => advanced-custom-fields/acf.php
    [1] => autodescription/autodescription.php
    [2] => automatic-dns-prefetch/automatic-dns-prefetch.php
    [3] => automatic-post-date-filler/automatic-post-date-filler.php
    [4] => codepeople-post-map/codepeople-post-map.php
    [5] => custom-admin-style/custom-admin-style.php
    [6] => fusion-builder/fusion-builder.php
    [7] => fusion-core/fusion-core.php
    [8] => insert-pages/insert-pages.php
    [9] => postie-shortcodes/postie-shortcodes.php
    [10] => postie/postie.php
    [11] => redirection/redirection.php
    [12] => resize-image-after-upload/resize-image-after-upload.php
    [13] => revslider/revslider.php
    [14] => scheduled-post-trigger/scheduled-post-trigger.php
    [15] => the-events-calendar/the-events-calendar.php
    [16] => w3-total-cache/w3-total-cache.php
    Postie is in /home/
    Postie Version: 1.9.13
    wp_content_path: /home/
    memory at start of email processing: 23899200
    getemails: Connecting to (pop3-ssl)
    getemails: procol: pop3-ssl
    pConnection: mailbox: INBOX
    Connecting via Socket
    Socket: tls://
    Socket error: 0 –
    Socket: POP3
    socket read (1) :+OK Gpop ready for requests from u124mb86016525ywe
    Socket: attempting a secure connection
    socket write: STLS
    socket read (1) :-ERR not supported u124mb86016525ywe
    socket write: USER
    socket read (1) :+OK send PASS
    socket write: (login) LOGIN/APOP/PASS
    socket read (1) :+OK Welcome.
    getemails: listing messages

    Hi @javigm86, I think the plugin author will be able to answer your question best, now that you have provided some info. Im guessing that 350 waiting messages has something to do with it.

    I can tell you that no matter the issue with Postie, that you should increase your memory level a lot and probably have your php version upgraded to a more recent version. Your host can help you with that, although you should google it and learn yourself.

    I have found that this issue can be from a few different things. The logs were important to help in identifying which direction to go. In my case, curl wasnt ever pushing out of my server. It never reached an endpont to be rejected or retarded.

    In my case, my hosts security platform was governing the heavy curl output on my server, hence why some worked, while some did not. Getting your host to fix this issue was another story. Another server simply solved me.

    Are emails reaching the inbox Postie should be checking?
    Can you manually process email?
    Has the password or user name been changed for the email account it checks? Id verify if it is.
    What exactly does work?

    @pgsvensk Im working at this still. I too have my form pushing to a crm, but I use Zapier to do so. Zapier explained I am having a time out error with curl and to contact my host. My host shrugged their shoulders and I am continuing my search. I submitted with gravity today. Ill update once I know more.

    Any word on this @jacobmedley ? Same situation with me. Can you provide any tips which may have helped you get to the bottom of this issue?

    Thank you. You provided me with what I needed to complete the function: ‘the_seo_framework_pre_add_title’

    It works.
    The file you have showing adjusted the single post within the list…not the single event post itself.

    If you want to edit the single event, that is located:
    Be sure you take the proper file from the plugin at the same location.

    If the above still does not work, then your current theme has its own over ride and you would have to copy it instead to the same location in your custom theme.

    There is no page for events, so adding content in the manner you have will not show. It will have to be custom coded and you will want to remove that page named events you made, as it could conflict.

    So with the paid addon, I can find a way to post data to custom fields of all sorts within a custom post type?

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