Joined March 28, 2016
Joined March 28, 2016
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F13 Email is a multi-function plugin, features can be used independent of each other or any combinations of features can be used together.
Sending emails via the standard WordPress PHPMailer is useful but can result in outbound emails landing in the spam folder. With F13 Email you can configure WordPress to send emails via your own email account which helps reduce the amount of mail ending up in the spam folder.
Configuring SMTP is simple if you know the settings for your email account. Most email providers will have a knowledgebase outlining the settings. Searching “My email provider SMTP settings” will usually return the information you require.
An inline SMTP test is planned for a future release. In the mean time, fill in a contact form on your website to check emails are being delivered.
Should you wish to permenantly or temporarily disable sending emails by SMTP. Untick the “Enable SMTP checkbox and click save. Your SMTP settings will remain saved ready for re-enabling but will not be used.
F13 Email includes a dynamic form builder. Forms can easily be created with any number of custom fields.
Each field can be marked as required or optional. Required fields will return an error if not completed, Optional fields will only return an error if an invalid input is provided; such as a number field containing text.
The current release will only send emails to the admin email address as set on your WordPress site. Plans are in place for future releases to allow a recipient email address to be set for each form.
To create a contact form, navigate to the settings page at “F13 Admin” > “Email” > “Contact forms” and click the “+” (Plus) button.
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Modifying forms is similar to creating a form, the only exception being that forms are edited by navigating to the settings page at “F13 Admin” > “Email” > “Contact forms” > “Edit”, where “Edit” is next to the form you wish to update.
Navigate to “F13 Admin” > “Email” > “Contact forms” and click “Delete” next to the form you wish to remove.
Once you have created a form you will be provided with a simple shortcode to copy and past in the desired location, either on a page or post. For example [contact-form id=1].
Email logging will store a copy of every email sent via WordPress into a table, allowing you to detect any unintended emails being sent from your server as well as having a trace of any emails that are sent.
Email logs can be enabled or disabled via the F13 Email settings page at “F13 Admin” > “Email”, simply check or uncheck the “Enable email logs” checkbox.
To view the email logs for your site, navigate to “F13 Admin” > “Email” > “Logs”. Click an email to view the expanded (full) email text.
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