Bounce mails handling own server
When sending with your own server, you can catch the bounce mails but not process them automatically. There used to be an external plug-in, but this is no longer being developed. ( https://wordpress.org/plugins/bounce-handler-mailpoet/ ) Couldn't this be developed by default in MailPoet, after all not everyone uses the Mailpoet sending service
Configuration for machine-opened & human-opened
Hello, Our client is requesting a configuration possibility that we can disable the difference between human- and machine-opened e-mails. They want just one KPI as he has several recipients who read the e-mail but "only" counts as machine-opened recipients. It would be great if you could implement an option to switch off the machine-opens and count them just as one KPI. Best, Pascal
Automatic Latest Content: Feature Image for Pages
Please implement the feature image for pages within the automatic latest content module. Currently only feature images of posts are displayed.
You should really optimize how you save the email sending queue in the table _mailpoet_sending_queue. On my websites, for the bigger one, this table is several Go and continues to increase with time... until the server crash. Why are you saving each email in plain HTML in the database? You should save only one version of the global email and then optimize to call this email for each user... not save each email in the table, I have dozen of thousands of the same emails in my table... Really, they're a lot of improvements to be done here! It's ok for small websites but for bigger ones it's not really possible.
Show Popup form on click
It would be useful to be able to trigger the popup form by clicking on a button. The popup form would need to allow the designer to specify an anchor name that they can then use to attach to a link or button. The form can then be inserted using the other controls (all pages, all posts, specific pages, specific posts, via shortcode, etc) but the trigger would be limited to the click event.
Start automation with database created
Start automation with a contact list already created and not only with new subscribers.
If no connection to fetch translations then not logged as an error
Hi Mailpoet developers, since version 4.5.0 we get a message in the logging when updating the plugin via wp-cli: Failed to fetch translations from WordPress.com API with and response message. This is because we run mailpoet in a development environment that is not connected to the internet so the translations cannot be updated. The development environment is not connected to the internet due to company policy. Is it possible to modify this function that tries to connect to the wp.com API? So that if there is no connection this case is not logged as an error? For now it checks the http status 200 which spoils our error logs. As well for the next check, which logs with the same text. Thank you in advance! Webteam Dutch Tax Office
Help fight hotlinking
MailPoet is great by allowing to use any WordPress or WooCommerce ressource in your website, but the MAJOR drawback of having a WordPress integrated newsletter solution like MailPoet is hotlinking! As you need customers to view your emails images, and as MailPoet do not embed them in the email (which is great!), you live a hard time fighting hotlinking as every directory must accessible to any webmail domain your customers may use! But if MailPoet could copy any image used in an email under a specific directory (even better if in subdir of this directory) prior to sending it, webmasters would just have to allow free access to this directory. Everything else could be protected against hotlinking! In the way I see it for now, MailPoet is a real SEO killer to websites as a consequence of that hotlinking issue that allows toxic backlinks you then need to disavow in Google Search Console... I really wish you could add a new feature to do so (copy files in a different directory). As a second gain, your emails woule remain visible and accurate as long as you keep the email specific directory. Even if you delete the original image (or product for that matter if you use WooCommerce)! I hope you'll be interested in such a feature.