WP JV Custom Email Settings | Janos Ver | admin

WP JV Custom Email Settings | Janos Ver | admin,administration,e-mail,email,newsletter


By default when you send any notification from your blog (including many of the plugins as well) sender is “WordPress” and the sender e-mail address is [email protected]. I wanted to have personalized sender name and e-mail address that is why I created this plugin. Then I added features to send out e-mail notifications about newly published posts to users who are interested either automatically (on publish) or manually.

This plugin will enable you to

  • Replace default [email protected] to any e-mail address

  • Replace default e-mail from “WordPress” name to anything you want

  • Send e-mail notifications automatically/manually to all registered users about new public posts

  • Easily customize notification e-mail subject and content templates

  • Re-send e-mail notifications manually as well

  • Send notifications about password protected posts as well (password will NOT be included in notification e-mail)

  • If you have WP JV Post Reading Groups plugin installed then entitled users can receive notifications about new private posts as well

  • Users can opt-out if they don’t want to receive e-mails (they can choose to get all/nothing)

  • Bulk subscribe/unsubscribe users to/from e-mail notifications (go to Users->All Users and see bulk actions)

  • Maintain e-mail log about sent e-mail notifications


  • Hungarian – Janos Ver (last updated for plugin v2.3.1)

  • Serbian – Andrijana Nikolic (last updated for plugin v2.2)

  • German – Matthias Siebler (last updated for plugin v2.3.1)


  1. Download wp-jv-custom-email-settings.zip
  2. Extract to /wp-content/plugins/wp-jv-custom-email-settings directory
  3. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress

Plugin author

Janos Ver

Plugin official website address

If you encounter problems in using the WP JV Custom Email Settings plugin, you can comment below, and I will try my best to help you solve the problem

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