The wpMandrill plugin sends emails that are generated by WordPress through Mandrill, a transactional email service powered by MailChimp.
OMG Thank you, I have tried every single SMTP out there and they just do not work reliably. Not to mention GMAIL is constantly making it harder to meet qualifications for connecting.. A++++++++++ highly recommend.
This make my dashboard to load slow.
I hope it is because of the mandrill reports on the dashboard, but i can find no option to disable the reports.
Please help me how to disable reports on wordpress dashboard as i use the mandrill android app to see the reports.
Thank the internet gods for this.. I tried just an SMTP plugin first but alot of shared hosts block smtp ports, Like the ones that gmail and outlook.com/office365 use. Then I tried this in conjunction with gravity forms and it did the job even on crappy shared hosts.
Once again having problems with WooCommerce NOT sending out any confirmation emails and once again searching the web for fixes, I found the suggestion for Mandrill.
Every WooCommerce site should be using Mandrill.
Emails get sent exactly as they are supposed to be. I can resend, or send new emails, with two clicks. I know how many were sent each day. How many bounced. How many were opened within that day.
What an improvement for WP/WooCommerce.
As others have said, "Highly recommended."
This plugin makes it incredibly simple to implement Mandrill as your outgoing mail service in WordPress.
A big bonus, it tags every outgoing message with the name of the WordPress function that created it. This allows you, in the Mandrill dashboard, to filter your messages. For example, only look at statistics for the "Forgot your Password" messages.
According to P3 analyses, this plugin shows up frequently amongst the top 10 of resources consumption. Despite that, it is still an indispensable plugin on every WordPress site I install.
Very good plugin
Really disappoint support, and very bad support.
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