1.4.33 Released

Fixed bug where non-category taxonomy was being selected as the post category. Added option to force categories to match exactly. Added logic to skip text attachments named “ATT00001.txt” where the numbers can be any sequence. This improves the previous fix by…

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1.4.32 Released

Fixed bug in detecting need for imap extension. Added additional selections for “Maximum number of emails to process” Added logic to skip text attachments named “ATT00001.txt” which are added by MS Exchange virus scanning. Added option to check for email…

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1.4.31 Released

Fixed bug that caused activation to fail or show a blank page. Fixed bug where WP media upload rejects a file. Added a check for mbstring. Fixed bug when attachment names were only supplied via d_parameters.

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1.4.28 Released

Fixed bug in “reset settings to default” where the protocol wasn’t being retained. More cleanup and clarification on settings screen. Fixed bug where excerpts weren’t getting set if “Filter newlines” was set to “Yes” Removed logic to increase memory size.

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1.4.27 Released

Updated sample plugin for extending Postie. Updated documentation for template variables. Fixed a bug where text/plain attachments were not being treated as attachments. Look for and include filterPostie.php in wp-content if it exists. (used for custom filters so they don’t…

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Forcing an Email Check

Postie relies on the built-in WordPress Cron process to fetch emails and turn them into posts. However, WordPress requires that there be traffic to your site in order to run the Cron process. The first check you must do to…

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Enabling Debug Output

As of version 1.5.5 you can click the “Run Postie (Debug)” button to have Postie check for emails and report debugging information to the screen. To always log debug info to a log file you can still do the following:…

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