I created the Quick Mail WordPress plugin in 2014, to send a quick email with an attachment from the WordPress dashboard.
Quick Mail has evolved. Use it to reply to comments privately and send email with an attachment from the command line with WP-CLI.
The latest version of Quick Mail fixes one error.
Email Address Validation
If email address validation is enabled, and a user tries to send email to a domain without an MX record, Quick Mail displays an “Invalid Email Address” error.
Quick Mail’s email address validation is great for catching typos, not perfect at validating an email addresse’s domain.
Previous versions of Quick Mail tried to strip a host name from an address, before validation.
Unfortunately, this also messed up valid domains. For example, ”example.com.br“ became ”com.br“ — and always failed.
Quick Mail 3.4.3 tests the entire value after the ‘@’ in the name.
Quick Mail asks for permission to use your email address and save addresses.
However, WordPress plugins cannot ”create, provide, automate, or guarantee legal compliance.“
Quick Mail now offers:
Privacy options to help comply with General Data Protection Regulation
Many other GDPR changes are coming to WordPress.
Get Quick Mail 3.4.3 from WordPress or Github
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