During the last weeks, I’ve worked on improving the email sending behaviour, especially with Gmail. According to Google documentation:
Some hosting companies allow for DKIM signed keys and in some cases (most often) they are set by default. If they are not, you should check your cPanel or your Plesk panel and set them as default.
If you receive your eCards in your Spam/Junk folder, you should teach your email client the respective email message is not spam by clicking on the provided button (tested it with Gmail, Yahoo Mail, Hotmail and Mozilla Thunderbird).
The latest version of WordPress eCards – 2.4.3 – fixes and improves the following aspects:
checkedattributes from eCards
divnesting inside paragraph element
print_filters_for()function for better compatibility with other plugins
radiogrouprole to the list of radio inputs
Once a week or so we send an email with our best content. We never bug you, we just send you our latest piece of content.
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