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Hi, I have tried everything I can think of and just can not seem to get this plugin to work. All of my test emails work perfectly, including the registration and email confirmation ones, yet when I try to broadcast, It never sends it out. It says broadcasting and then goes back to stand by... It shows a list of post that are to be included as well. I am using php 5.2.17 and confirmed all email server setting on my host which is hostgator. any help would be greatly appreciated.
Please, de-activate G-Lock Double Opt-In plugin and re-activate it. This must help reset the broadcast status to normal when you can send broadcast emails.
My server is running linux on hostgator. It just doesnt make any sense that ALL the other emails go out just fine, yet the actual email that serves the purpose of this plug in doesnt work.
I'm having the same problem as BrentF – blog broadcast not working with plugin version 2.6.2. (To overcome the problem, I have switched back to version 2.5.0).
I have deactivated the plugin and reactivated it - no change.
I am running on a VPS from Heart Internet with:
OS - CentOS 5
PHP - 5.2.17
Email settings - Custom SMTP Server – Don't use secure connection
Write debug log – not checked
Test broadcast works OK, but sends 100 summaries rather than 10. (This also happens with version 2.5.0)
A further annoyance with versions 2.6.2 and 2.5.0 is that in the Blog Broadcast Settings, the box in which 'the posts that will be included in your next broadcast' displays a revolving loading image and the word 'Loading' – the list of posts is never displayed.
Yeah I have followed all recommended procedures and am getting no where. I guess Ill have to switch back to Subscribe2 until the problem can be fixed. Shame since this plugin looked so promising and I liked the idea of using the newsletter program with it in the future.
since yesterday, i'm trying fix the problem with the plugin, and after read all topics in this forum, I guess found a solution...at last for me .
I did this:
1 - I deactivated and re-activate the plugin
2 - I reconfigured the ''general settings'' (menu settings --> General) , in the ''Mail Delivery Settings''. My first settings was:
tradicional hostname ''smtp.mydomain.com.br'' ,
username ''email@example.com'' ,
Port ''465'' (it automatically inserts)
and in ''Use Secure Connection'' I marked ''use SSL''.
In my new reconfiguration, today, a few minutes ago, I did this: (in the same menu and settings)
hostname: "smtp.alternativedomain.net'' (my host provides me an alternative hostnames, and many times, is this alternative adress that work for my webmail. the tradicional hostname ''smtp.mydomain.com.br'' sometimes dont work with me.
Username: sending mail --> ''firstname.lastname@example.org''
Password: password of email
Port: 25 (not 465. 465 is for secure conection (SSL))
Use Secure Connection: ''dont use''
after this reconfiguration, the plugin send all broadcast, including arrears (that I asked him to send and not sent before this reconfiguration).
In resume, I just reconfigured the options of conection (hostname and port).
If you dont have an alternative hostname, I sugest that you use your ‘’tradicional hostname ‘’ but changes the the used port (of 465 for 25), and marked option “ don’t use’’ in the in ''Use Secure Connection'' and not ''use SSL''. After this, make a test.
The problem with broadcast is fixed in the latest 2.6.4 version of G-Lock Double Opt-In Manager. You can install the 2.6.4 version and see if everything is OK.
Also, I would recommend that you switch to our new WPNewsman plugin. It's a re-branded version of G-Lock Double Opt-In Manager. You can read about WPNewsman at http://wpnewsman.com
We won't update G-Lock Double Opt-In Manager anymore. Since the release of WPNewsman, the old plugin is discontinued. From now and on, we will develop and upgrade WPNewsman.
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