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GD Mail Queue 2.0

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  1. Hi,
    Wow – you are fast with changes. I will take a look as soon as I can.
    Does using Sendgrid via SMTP work as efficiently as their plugin which uses an API connection?

    And with your queue system do you use the library developed by delicious Brains team from their Offload Media (formerly Offload s3 plugin) which is also used in WooCommerce subscriptions to handle lots of jobs at scale?


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    • I have tested SendInBlue (similar to SnedGrid) with SMTP, and it was working great, with fast sending, and extra things added by SendInBlue were working with SMTP sending, including tracking. I know that many services recommend using API over SMTP, and API does have advantages, SMTP is working well. I do plan to add (most likely as a Pro version) support for popular services that use their API’s, so users can choose what they like more, but for now, SMTP works well.

      My plugin can’t work with any plugin that replaces wp_mail. I am not sure what library by DeliciousBrains you are referring to, but there are no third party libraries integrations in my plugin, and I don’t plan to add any. To add support for external services API’s, I will add everything needed into the plugin.

      I have tested the plugin with bbPress, BuddyPress and WooCommerce, and everything works fine. If you notice any issues with these integrations, please let me know. I will work to add deeper integrations with these plugins if needed to ensure that large mailings can be queue properly and delivered in the background.


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