WP Mail Bank WordPress Plugin Guide

Posted OnJun 18, 2015     CategoryPlugins     CommentsNo comment

Hello and welcome to the guide to the WP Mail Bank WordPress plugin, which is a great plugin used to help you reconfigure your mp_mail() function to make it more enhanced, using advanced smtp settings options.

Step 1) Login to the WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2) On the Dashboard of your website, scroll down the left-hand sidebar and click on Plugins


Step 3) From the Installed Plugins page, click on Add New at the top of the page. Alternatively, click on Add New from the dropdown menu under Plugins on the sidebar.


Step 4) On the Add Plugins page, type in the name of your plugin in the search box on the right hand side, at the top of the page.


Step 5) From the Search Results page, scroll down to your chosen plugin and click the button marked Install Now. If you would like to learn more about your plugin, click the blue link marked More Details


Step 6) The plugin is now installed and unpacked into your website. The last thing to do now is click Activate Plugin


Step 7) Once activated, you will be redirected to the Installed Plugins page. From here, you can read all the info about your plugins, and deactivate and delete it if you no longer need it.


Step 8) Once installed, head to your Admin Panel, and choose WP Mail Bank >> Settings from the sidebar.


Step 9) The Settings section allows you to configure the email settings, including the Email address your emails will be sent from, the return-path (this can be the same email address or a different one), the Mailer Type (SMTP or use the PHP mail() function to send emails from) and the amount of characters that your email will wrap up at (default is 50).


Step 10) From the Admin Panel, head to WP Mail Bank >> Send Test Email, or use the Toolbar at the top of the Settings page as shown below.


Step 11) On the Send Test Email page, you can send yourself a test email to ensure that your WordPress emails are being sent by the server. Simply fill out the email box as shown below, including the To, Subject and Message sections. Hit the Send Test Email button at the bottom when you’re ready, then head to your inbox.


Step 12) If you want to add more features to your website, head to Recommendations on the Settings page toolbar to see a host of additional plugins and features recommended (and created) by the plugin developers.


Step 13) On the Our Other Services section on the Settings page toolbar, the developers have laid out a host of available features for website owners, including virus removal services, WordPress setup, theme customisation and much more.


Step 14) If you have any feaure requests that you’d like to contact the developers about, head to WP Mail Bank >> Feature Requests from the Admin Panel and use the contact form shown below to get your point across to the developers.


This concludes the guide to the WP Mail Bank plugin.

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