SMTP Mailer

설명

SMTP Mailer plugin allows you to configure a mail server which handles all outgoing email from your website. It takes control of the wp_mail function and use SMTP instead.

Requirements

SMTP Mailer Settings

  • SMTP Host: Your outgoing mail server (e.g. smtp.gmail.com).
  • SMTP Authentication: Whether to use SMTP authentication when sending an email (True/False). If you choose to authenticate you will also need to provide your username and password.
  • SMTP Username: The username to connect to your SMTP server.
  • SMTP Password: The password to connect to your SMTP server.
  • Type of Encryption: The encryption to be used when sending an email (TLS/SSL/No Encryption. TLS is recommended).
  • SMTP Port: The port to be used when sending an email (587/465/25). If you choose TLS the port should be set to 587. For SSL use port 465 instead.
  • From Email Address: The email address to be used as the From Address when sending an email.
  • From Name: The name to be used as the From Name when sending an email.

SMTP Mailer Test Email

Once you have configured the settings you can send a test email to check the functionality of the plugin.

  • To: Email address of the recipient.
  • Subject: Subject of the email.
  • Message: Email body.

Known Compatibility

SMTP Mailer should work with any plugin that uses the WordPress Mail function. However, It has been tested with the following form and contact form plugins:

  • Contact Form 7
  • Jetpack Contact Form
  • Visual Form Builder
  • Fast Secure Contact Form
  • Formidable Forms
  • Contact Form by BestWebSoft

For detailed setup instructions please visit the SMTP Mailer plugin page.

스크린샷

  • SMTP Mailer Settings
  • SMTP Mailer Test Email Tab

설치

  1. Go to the Add New plugins screen in your WordPress Dashboard
  2. Click the upload tab
  3. Browse for the plugin file (smtp-mailer.zip) on your computer
  4. Click “Install Now” and then hit the activate button

FAQ

Can I send email via SMTP from my website using this plugin?

Yes.

후기

2020년 April 30일
So i have tried configuring it two ways - with gmail and smtp from my own hosting, it doesn't work in both cases. With gmail it hangs on password authentication according to log - the password IS correct, less secure apps is checked and critical login is confirmed. With my own smtp credentials - it supposedly sending test message, but it simply doesn't comply with CF7, there's an error while sending form and that's it. It is lightweight, which i really like but what of it if plugin doesn't work even on native settings? To dev: - if you fix it, then i will change my review. Latest WP, only your plugin and CF7, PHP 7.3 and default WordPress theme.
2019년 January 27일
this addition has a bug or security weakness i added to 3 site different time. and this 3 site was hacked. either smtp mailer has a bug or this user did this. i dont know but i dont like.
모든 35 평가 읽기

기여자 & 개발자

“SMTP Mailer”(은)는 오픈 소스 소프트웨어입니다. 다음의 사람들이 이 플러그인에 기여하였습니다.

기여자

“SMTP Mailer”(이)가 9(으)로 번역되었습니다. 기여해 주셔서 번역자님께 감사드립니다.

자국어로 “SMTP Mailer”(을)를 번역하십시오.

개발에 관심이 있으십니까?

코드 탐색하기는, SVN 저장소를 확인하시거나, 개발 기록RSS로 구독하십시오.

변경이력

1.0.8

  • SMTP Mailer is compatible with WordPress 5.3.

1.0.7

  • SMTP Mailer now checks for a valid nonce when sending a test email.

1.0.6

  • SMTP Mailer no longer shows the saved password in the settings.

1.0.5

  • SMTP Mailer is now compatible with WordPress 4.9.

1.0.4

  • Updated the mail() function by setting its minimum requirements to WordPress 4.8.
  • “phpmailer_init” action hook is now enabled so it can be used by other plugins.

1.0.3

  • Fixed a bug where an apostrophe in the password would cause SMTP authentication failure.

1.0.2

  • SMTP Mailer now supports the “wp_mail_failed” hook which fires after a phpmailerException is caught.
  • Added a new option to bypass this error on some servers where the SSL certificate is not properly configured – Warning: stream_socket_enable_crypto(): SSL operation failed with code 1. OpenSSL Error messages: error:14090086:SSL routines:SSL3_GET_SERVER_CERTIFICATE:certificate verify failed.

1.0.1

  • First commit