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Mailgun Subscriptions

Description

Add a Mailgun ’subscription form to your WordPress site. Your visitors can use the form to ’subscribe to your lists using the Mailgun API.

Installation

  1. Install and activate just as a normal WordPress plugin.
  2. You’ll find the “Mailgun Lists” settings page in the Settings admin menu. Here, you can setup your API keys, control which lists you’re making available, and create custom descriptions for your lists.

FAQ

Installation Instructions
  1. Install and activate just as a normal WordPress plugin.
  2. You’ll find the “Mailgun Lists” settings page in the Settings admin menu. Here, you can setup your API keys, control which lists you’re making available, and create custom descriptions for your lists.

Reviews

Avrîl 11, 2022
Exactly what we need and it works smooth. If you want to manage your Mailgun mailing lists, subscribe and unsubscribe via Wordpress this is the plugin. I like the features it currently has and it would even be more awesome if it is updated and a sendform is included so you can just send the mailing list via Wordpress. Very happy!
Setembar 3, 2016
Very basic. In fact, a bit too basic, as the emails it sends are straight text. So, the confirmation link is incredibly ugly (it's three lines long!) and it's pretty much impossible to create engaging thank you emails, because... Well, it's all straight text, so links are exposed, there can be no graphics, no lists (ordered or otherwise), and etc. You also have no control over the subject line without using arcane "hooks". So if you're a typical, time crunched small business type person, prepare yourself! This is all somewhat disappointing. Still, the plugin is functional and solid. It's just not very polished.
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Contributors & Developers

“Mailgun Subscriptions” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

1.2.0

  • Optional name field for the ’subscription widget (credit to Paul Ryley)
  • Fix PHP notice when first loading admin page
  • Default to WordPress email validation, with filter to use MailGun API

1.1.2

  • Fix fatal error during uninstall
  • Fix error saving account management page ID

1.1.1

  • Validate email address when requesting token to manage account
  • Disable caching of ’subscription management page

1.1

  • New feature: ’subscription management

1.0

  • Initial version