Mailgun offers catch-all for all domains against a cloud pricing , in my case 2 dollars per month. This works well for my private domains.
Email routing however (so that you can forward to email@example.com to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com to firstname.lastname@example.org) costs 420 dollar per year.
Is there a provider which lets me add all domains with catch-all and WITH e-mail routing against the same "pay by usage" (2 dollar versus 35 dollar per month) for low usages (I receive around 3000 e-mails over all domains per month, 1500 are stopped by spam filter and 1500 go through and are actually for 90% also spam 🙂 ).
(and i do not want to pay for 150 inbound mails that i actually read per month pay 35 dollar per month) (so pay 25 cent per e-mail i read) (as i now pay around 1 cent for every email i read).
(this is not a discussion on which is the best, this is a question on: does one exist at all)
Please tell me:
– how to limit the search for letters to one section, I’m interested in the section (for example, so that I could get all Email only from the “Jobs” section).
– how you can receive Email from this section (“Jobs”) and the URLs where they are located (for example, the “Email | URL” table or the “email, url” list).
As a result, I need to get a list or table in which there is an Email only from the “Jobs” section, and the URL where this email is located.
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I have a custom post type «teams» with a set of different custom fields (ACF). I’m not a big coder, but hope to get some guidance in how to create a function that sends an email including ACF every time one of the teams (CPT) is updated by a WP-user.
I’ve found plugins that accomplish this, but unfortunately I need a bit more complex solution. The problem is the email should ONLY include custom fields that actually has changed. So I need to loop through and check each custom field for any change, and then only include the fields that has a new value in the final email.
I guess I’m asking if this is a very difficult task, or could it be done in a rather simple way? All sources would be very appreciated!
I am using Seremails. The quality is really good and simple, but they don’t answer even if you ask questions.
I sent you an e-mail for a month, but they didn’t answer. I’m so Fuxx angry.
So I’m going back to Gsa Forum and asking you questions. The Rankerx format is shown in the picture below.
And the seremails catchall format I use is as follows. This is an example.
seremails have only format for GSA ser
this Gsa ser format ->%email@example.com:mail.fghijk.com:994:abcde.fghijk.com:852ABIEOSLE
I’ve been using regular e-mail for a month. Please help me
I am using Advanced Shipment Tracking plugin from Zorem and I want to include only tracking information in complete order email without order details but I can not separate them while editing "astra/woocommerce/emails/customer-completed-order.php." but they both are under the action " do_action( ‘woocommerce_email_order_details’, $ order, $ sent_to_admin, $ plain_text, $ email );" I wanted to know how can I just keep the tracking info without order details. Thanks
We have a snippet of code that was provided by an optimization platform company we use that provides a real-time personalization to our website.
The user will fill out a form (Gravity Forms) and then be sent to one of our WordPress Thank You pages.
This code will be added to the Thank You page, but needs to be updated to capture the user’s email address once the Gravity Form has been completed:
<img src="//dasd65f4ds3e25u.cloudfront.net/pc/p5w6g1jy/?e=[customer's email address]" id="__tms_pc" height="1" width="1" />
Would you be able to help me replace the "customer’s email address" text with the appropriate code that will be able to capture each user’s email address when they fill out the form?
Is there a PHP string of code that could be used to replace the "customer’s email address" text? I have not been able to find a concrete answer while doing some research for this.
I’m looking for suggestions where to buy cheap emails to feed my GSAser.
I’ve already look into catch all email providers but I don’t think it would work for what I am doing since I am subscribed to AA list provider, I repeatedly blast their list to my web 2.0 so I think if I use catch all emails, it will be already registered on most of the sites in my AA list. Or am I missing something?
Anyway yeah I’m looking for any suggestion for the cheapest provider of emails I can use in GSA ser.
I’m troubleshooting an issue where, after switching TLD’s internal and ESP-based emails are getting blocked when going to external customers. Could different A, CNAME, TXT, and NS records cause email deliverability issues? Short of posting actual differences, is there anything obvious before I look for other issues?
In my web application I generate links in the following format:
Each link according to my specs is sent via email and should not allow robots to scrape it. In order to avoid visits via robot I placed the following
User-agent: * Disallow: /
And on page’s
<header></header> tag I placed:
<meta name="robots" content="noindex"> <meta name="robots" content="nofollow">
The question is how I can ensure that a link is opened only when user has clicked upon it and not a random bot/spider scrapes it? Does the length and the randomness of the
^token^ in url factor into bot visit prevention?
In my application the
^token^ is a cryptographically-random 5 byte value that once generates is hex-econded. So in my case, if the token length takes a significant role on non-scrappines of this link, which is the recommended length of the random token?
My application is in Laravel and I use nginx and php-fpm combo in order to serve the content to the browser.
I want the new user on resgistration to receive a confirmation email, and only after confirm the email can get access to the login area, not before.
I had made a custom form, a new table to store the info, send the email of validation, in the meanwhile the user is only with his info on a custom table on the database, only after the email validation, this means the user click the custom email link and a new window is open on the website congratulating him for the new registration and email validation, and the user gets registrated, already log on and goes to the home page. in the backend wordpress validates the key generated and returned by the user, regist the user and delete the info from the custom email confirmation table. ok, this is all done and working fine. eheh.
My question is is there any wordpress function to do the same, because I dont know any.