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You are passing $email where there should be attachments. Look at wp_mail arguments. Also you have not defined $to variable which in your case i assume should be $email. Try this, $name = $_POST['cuf_sender'.$n]; $email = $_POST['cuf_email'.$n]; $subject= $this->o['subpre'].' '.$_POST['cuf_subject'.$n]; $msg = $_POST['cuf_msg'.$n]; ...


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Unfortunately the WordPress cron jobs are only triggered when your site is visited This is true. The only way to reliably execute code (even if visitors don't visit your site) is to use the unix cron functions. You can just setup a unix cron job that will do a wget on your homepage. Edit: You can read this article to figure out how to setup unix ...


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Before you begin, you should know that sending mass emails is a delicate subject matter, and your hosting provider or mail provider has certain guidelines about this. Some hosting providers, such as Dreamhost, provide "Announcement Lists", which act as a platform for writing newsletters (or essentially emailing a large group of subscribers). Sending ...


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Congratulations, your Contact Form 7 and SMTP Configuration are correct so you are getting emails properly. Now coming back to your question: it is displayed as my own email : it is correct behavior because actually you are sending email to yourself :) the sender email is never displayed. To view the persons name and email address (filled in ...


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SOLVED, the problem wasn't with wordpress. Just a couple of css and table formatting issues was the cause of gmail displaying wrong my table. In desktops and mobile email clients was looking just good so I was assuming the problem were beyond my html table code. But the own developer of the plugin review it and makes the final touches to my MailPress ...



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