I created the Quick Mail WordPress plugin in 2014, to send an email with an attachment from the WordPress dashboard.
Quick Mail users can select email recipients from WordPress site users or commenters.
Have you ever wanted to answer a comment privately, and include an attachment in your reply? Do it with Quick Mail :)
Use Quick Mail with WP-CLI to send an email with an attachment from the command line.
Quick Mail 3.5.4 is the 40th update. I improved two features and fixed two bugs.
Quick Mail 3.5.4 Does Not Require WordPress 5
I want users who are afraid of Gutenberg to use the latest version of Quick Mail.
WordPress 5.0 with Gutenberg was released six months ago. However, only 51% of WordPress sites are using WordPress 5.
Unfortunately, only 56% of Quick Mail users are using version 3.5.0 or above.
Back to the Future
Quick Mail 3.5.4 uses wp_localize_script(), like earlier versions of Quick Mail.
Please Update Quick Mail
I hope the reduced version requirement encourages more users to update.
Every update improves or fixes something. Please use the latest version.
I added support for international mail to Quick Mail in 2016.
I fixed a PHP 7 warning in Quick Mail 3.5.3. I found another warning recently, and fixed it.
Improved Email Validation
After 39 updates, I discovered that trailing spaces could mess up the AJAX email validation.
After fixing the spaces, I removed a check for WordPress login cookie. You can’t use the plugin without a login, so not helpful.
However, it was helpful to remove the login check so other plugins can use Quick Mail to validate email addresses.
Get Quick Mail 3.5.4 from WordPress or Github
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Thanks to everyone who has been translating Quick Mail.
Please join the translation project so more people can use Quick Mail in their language.
My previous articles on Quick Mail contain lots of additional information.
Download Quick Mail to try it now.