What is the advantage of using wp_mail() over mail(). Codex says they're similar, but they seem to be very similar.
I am using a plugin wordpress-simple-paypal-shopping-cart for my cart requirement. I am trying to send an email through this plugin when some payment is made by using IPN. My code : $invoiceProducts ...
When I use wp_mail( $to, $subject, $message, $headers ) (with values in place, of course), the email gets sent with a from name and email that isn't set anywhere I can find (not even in PHP or Apache ...
need to send an email from a page when a form is submitted. Thought i'd use jquery post but not really sure where to start. Would i use wp_mail? And if so how could it be called ? Sorry if that ...
Is there an action_hook or something similar that could help me achieve this? I tried adding markup in a PHP string variable and just fired off an email with the wp_mail function like so: $email_to ...
I am using WordPress 3.1.3 I am getting following notices when I use wp_mail with cc and bcc headers. Notice: Undefined variable: cc in ...