Mails (Confirmation Mails, Newsletter Mails, Notification Mails) not working on Email Subscribers plugin? Follow the below steps, You can solve yourself easily.
1. Check your mail box spam folder.
Every recipient server is different and may apply different spam filtering criteria for the messages being received. By following some simple steps you can reduce the chance of email being filtered.
a. Don’t use a free email address as your “from” email, instead use email same as your domain name (let’s say your blog is www.gopiplus.com, Your “From” should be email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org). Option available in General Setting page, to change this from email.
b. In newsletters don’t include links that use link shortening services.
c. Take your time to prepare your HTML newsletters correctly.
d. Check Google details. https://support.google.com/mail/answer/81126?hl=en
2. Check your recipient email status in View Subscribers page.
This plugin send your Newsletters/Notification to the email with Confirmed status. To view subscriber details, go to your plugin admin and click Subscriber menu (Refer Screen). In default it will show only emails start from A, B, C. To view all the emails, click ALL button in the top.
3. Use different recipient to test mails.
Try to send your test newsletter to different recipient (Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail) and confirm all receipt receiving your newsletter or not.
4. Change your Mail Type in plugin admin.
In plugin Setting admin page we have Mail Type option. Option 1 & 2 is to send mails with default WordPress method wp_mail(). Option 3 & 4 is to send mails with PHP method mail(). Change this mail option and try again.
5. Install any SMTP WP mail plugin.
If all above options are not working, Install any SMTP WP mail plugin to your blog and try again. Lots of free SMTP mail plugins are available in WP directory.
6. Contact your hosting.
If all above options are not working, kindly contact your web hosting support. There may be limit to your server to send bulk mails.