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In PHP, the mail() function is used to send email. In linux, you can navigate to the root folder where wordpress is installed (probably document root) and type: grep mail\( *.php Then it will search all php files in the folder for any matches for mail( and the filenames listed on the far left is the file the match is found in. You may have to change to ...


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No. You do not need at webmaster@ e-mail account. The ONLY e-mail address you need to have related to any domain is a contact e-mail address, and it can be completely different than the domain that is registered. postmaster@, webmaster@, administrator@, info@, etc... ... these are all legacy standards that were there as a uniform, convenient method to reach ...


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The webmaster@ convention is simply a device where people might be contactable through a generic email address. It has nothing to do with using or not using email on a domain. My experience is that it was more widely used a few years ago than these days because it was thought to be a method to contact domain owners. I the past I would set up webmaster@, ...


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We did two things: Sign up with JMRP via https://postmaster.live.com/snds/JMRP.aspx Sign up with SNDS via http://postmaster.live.com/snds The JMRP application will go through a form and a document you need to sign. In our case it took about two days to get approved. Make sure that your SPF/DKIM/DMARC is setup correctly - we are using Port25 and their ...


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If you add DKIM on the main domain to your Google Apps they will generate the DKIM key for you and give you a public-side to add to the DNS. You will not have access to this private-key and will not be able to sign messages with said key on an external mail gateway. If you have a designated, external domain for sending email make sure that domain has, for ...


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The solution is: Fix the vulnerability (which you did), set up SPF and DKIM for the domain (which your admin probably did already), then request to get yourself off the blacklists. After that it will work. You can use http://mxtoolbox.com/blacklists.aspx to check which blacklist(s) an IP is on, then email the list to request removal. It still takes less ...


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The problem is that your blacklisted, and Mandrill won't want to send email for what they consider to be spammers. As far as I can see, you have 2 options. The first, obvious solution is to get yourself removed from all the blacklists that you can. In my experience this has usually taken less than 24 hours, but that was also years ago so could be longer. ...


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Your problem is probably that because you are on an IP blacklist the mail that you are sending Mandril is never getting to them. If I were you, I would look into the REST mandril API. They probably have a php client, and I remember a lot of examples on their website. EDIT: Here is a simplified diagram of how to message is sent Your server ---> ...


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Mailchimp's blog post on this is very good. A brief summary: Gmail rapidly downloads and then proxies the image as soon as you load the email, so Gmail's change will not prevent image tracking. In addition, the numbers will in fact be more accurate, because every user will now have images turned on by default. Edit: In addition, see the bottom of the ...



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