The plugin worked for me, using 4.5.3. If you're here, you might be having issues with your hosting account sending emails as something like (BlueHost):
This is a problem. 1) It doesn't look professional, 2) it hands out your username!
This plugin helps you catch any plugins using firstname.lastname@example.org, making it more of a one-stop solution, rather than digging through each of your plugin's settings to possibly find a solution.
E-mail confirmation of contact form bounced, but this plugin solved the problem
It just does what it is supposed to do. Thanks.
P.S. I think these settings should part of WordPress core.
Not much to say here: the plugin works as expected.
Works perfect in version 4.3.1
Works fine in 4.1.1 x 3 sites
Does exactly what it promises.
Exactly just what I needed!
Emails to my customers from my "Authorize.net for WordPress" plug-in had "WordPress" as the sender, which was not cool. This beautiful little plug-in fixed it in an instant. Thank you.
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