[wp-hackers] Adding phpmailer options (smtp for example)
Moritz 'morty' Struebe
morty at gmx.net
Thu Aug 30 15:27:18 GMT 2007
Well, I'm for Plugin and move to the core later. Or in other words: I'm
for the core but I don't think it'll make it into the next release and
I'd also love to have this soonish.
wp_mail can be overloaded and therefore you just have to replace the the
Same with the GUI. If you keep in mind, that you want to integrate this
in to the core, core integration should be doable in less then 1h. While
writing and testing will take much longer. Testing and adjusting is much
easier, too, as you just let people install the plugin and they don't
have to check out from trunk. Once it's stable it can/should be moved to
Callum Macdonald wrote:
> @Omry, I support that.
> So I think that leaves us at:
> For plugin: Peter, Kimmo, Morty
> For core: Omry, Callum, DD32 (correct me if I misunderstood your mail)
> Anyone else?
> Omry Yadan wrote:
>> I think it should be in the core.
>> if email doesn't work for a user, his WordPress is next to useless
>> (he wont get the initial email, and wont be able to request to change
>> the password).
>> probably in a section named "Advanced email preferences", with a
>> warning that the user should only change this if he has email problems.
>> Callum Macdonald wrote:
>>> It would be possible to add it as a plugin. The change is only 2-4
>>> lines of code though, you simply comment out one line and add
>>> another 2 (4 if you're using SMTP auth). I figured it would make
>>> sense to make it available to all users rather than offering it as
>>> an add on.
>>> However, happy to go with the consensus. So far I count +2 for a
>>> plugin. Omry, do you have a view on it? Anyone else?
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