Quick Mail is a WordPress plugin that sends an email with an attachment from the WordPress dashboard. Quick Mail includes options to send email to members of your site, or anyone.
I created Quick Mail to send email to WordPress users on a site, without looking up their email addresses or using an external mailer.
Download Quick Mail now, or read on for more information.
Quick Mail was published two years ago. I use Quick Mail regularly, and try to improve it. I fixed a few bugs in this update.
What’s New in Quick Mail 2.0.5?
Fixed: Multiple Mobile Uploads
I tried attaching a few photos to a message from my iPhone with Quick Mail, but the recipients only received a single photo.
This error occurred because every photo on my iPhone has the same file name.
Files are now compared by name and size, to check for duplicate uploads. Additionally, files are given a unique name, because move_uploaded_file() was overwriting the previous upload with the same name.
I also removed an undocumented restriction on the length of the uploaded file’s name. Some mailers, including Microsoft Outlook, truncate long file names, but the attachment is still delivered.
Fixed: Login Expired. Refresh Page.
Quick Mail displays this message, when the WordPress nonce was not verified.
This error occurred because the nonce ID matched a CSS ID. The element name was unique, but it caused sporadic errors.
Improved: User List Options
Although Quick Mail was written for sites with several users, every new WordPress site starts with a single user.
However, Quick Mail’s User List is not displayed on sites with less than three users for sender, recipient, CC options.
The “Hide Administrator Profiles” and “Grant Editors access to user list” options are now hidden on sites that cannot display a User List.
Get Quick Mail 2.0.5 from WordPress or Github
Quick Mail 2.0.5 was tested with WordPress 4.7.1, including multisite.
I hope Quick Mail makes your life easier. Please leave a review to help others find it.