Quick Mail is a WordPress plugin that sends mail from the WP Dashboard or command line.
Quick Mail has evolved in three years. It does everything you can do with email from WordPress. You can even send private replies to comments with attachments.
Quick Mail 3.2.6 fixes two annoying bugs and adds one helpful feature.
What’s That Script Doing?
Improving Efficiency, Reducing Complexity
Quick Mail scripts are now loaded where they are needed.
I fixed a bug where a user who selected “Display Commenters instead of users,” but had no comments on their posts, was unable to send email.
I test if a message was submitted, before checking if user has any comments available for replies.
Too Many Comments?
If you use Quick Mail to reply to comments, you have a new option to reduce the list of displayed comments.
I added a WP_Date_Query to select comments from recently published or modified posts.
Although this is a new option, you will not see a warning to check your settings.
You probably want to respond to recent comments. Comments from posts which were modified or published in the past week are displayed by default.
On the Horizon
Quick Mail has enough features, but too many options. It adds 7 site options to an already bloated database.
I will try to combine the options in the next release.
I enjoy fixing WordPress problems and improving Quick Mail.
Quick Mail will be updated whenever a bug is reported, or I find something to improve.
Get Quick Mail from WordPress or Github
Download Quick Mail 3.2.6 from the WordPress Plugin Repository. Fork Quick Mail on GitHub to suggest new features.
Quick Mail 3.2.6 was tested with WordPress 4.9 nightly releases, on standard and multisite.
I hope Quick Mail makes your life easier. Please leave a review to help others find it.
Thanks to everyone who has been translating Quick Mail. Please join the translation project so more people can use Quick Mail in their language.
Review my previous articles on Quick Mail for additional information. Download Quick Mail to try it now.