Since june last year Google Maps has changed its pricing policy. Maps are used in MailPress at three different places (may be 4 !), depending on which addons you are using. It was then important for MailPress to switch to other alternatives. Continue reading
As i was doing some clean up on my computer, i found some old screenshots …
* 2010 :
Just released MailPress 7.0.2
* Fixing specific issue for some webhosts on creating some mysql meta tables
* Fixing bug on addon Tracking_rewrite_url
… from russian farmers !?!
Just to get you posted, there are several bugs identified in 7.0.1
- creating mysql tables, some sites are not creating mailpress mailmeta and usermeta tables on install,
- tracking_rewrite_url (wrong link) and may be new rewrite rule,
- comment mail do not retrieve properly title post
- may be more …
A 7.0.2 version is on its way …
First thing first, MailPress is back (since Friday) in the WordPress plugin repository.
Remember that PHP Mail is not supported anymore. So you have to have a smtp server whether you access it via smtp or sendmail.
To accept international emails, your smtp server needs to support SMTPUTF8
Future enhancements :
Removing Google Map for Open Street Map (done !)
Review to be done for revisions and form addon.
Happy New Year !
Releasing today MailPress 7.0 RC2
After a few mails with WordPress plugin team (the 9th and 10th of this month), i had to review my code once again essentially to sanitize what could be sanitize (quite a few items in fact) using the WP sanitization functions.
These functions are documented in two places : here and here.
That documentation seems a bit inconsistent by the way. I looked the web as well to find the best approach. Obviously tons of links but i selected this one.
Anyway, i tried to keep the best of these worlds to deliver the best
As an upgrader :
Releasing today MailPress 7.0 RC
PHP: 7.x (prerequisite of swiftmailer 6.x branch).
intl (prerequisite of swiftmailer 6.x branch).
Major changes :
Contextual help available for each admin screen.
Admin ajax calls comply with WP standards now.