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Is there a conditional check I can run for phpmailer_init or a wp_mail parameter that let's me apply my custom phpmailer_init SMTP settings only on specific wp_mail actions or does phpmailer_init always run sitewide?

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phpmailer_init will always fire for every wp_mail() call - however, you can hook/unhook it conditionally like so:

function wpse_224496_phpmailer_init( $phpmailer ) {
    // SMTP setup

    // Always remove self at the end
    remove_action( 'phpmailer_init', __function__ );
}

function wpse_224496_wp_mail( $mail ) {
    // Example: only SMTP for emails addressed to [email protected]
    if ( $mail['to'] === '[email protected]' )
        add_action( 'phpmailer_init', 'wpse_224496_phpmailer_init' );

    // Example: only SMTP for subject "Foo"
    if ( $mail['subject'] === 'Foo' )
        add_action( 'phpmailer_init', 'wpse_224496_phpmailer_init' );

    // Other properties
    $mail['message'];
    $mail['headers']; // Could be string or array
    $mail['attachments']; // Could be string or array

    return $mail;
}

add_filter( 'wp_mail', 'wpse_224496_wp_mail' );
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  • Your code pointed me in the right direction, thank you. I also had to add a foreach loop for the $headers array, searching for a match via strpos, as my SMTP condition depends on the "From" email address.
    – tomyam
    Commented Apr 22, 2016 at 12:54
  • Then you should give code here. Otherwise your answer should be removed and added as a comment to the relevant answer Commented May 4, 2017 at 23:33

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