Subscribe2 HTML with Support and Updates Subscription:
Single Site License for $69
Subscribe2 HTML provides a comprehensive subscription management and email notification system for WordPress blogs that sends email notifications to a list of subscribers when you publish new content to your blog.
Email notifications can be sent on a per-post basis or periodically in a Digest email.
Categories can be excluded from inclusion in the notification and posts can be excluded on an individual basis by setting a custom field.
Subscription requests allows users to publicly subscribe (Public Subscribers) by submitting their email address in an easy to use form or to register with your blog (Registered Users) which enables greater flexibility over the email content for per-post notifications for the subscriber. Admins are given control over the presentation of the email notifications, can bulk manage subscriptions for users and manually send email notices to subscribers.
The format of the email can also be customised for per-post notifications, Subscribe2 can generate emails for each of the following formats:
- Plain text excerpt
- Plain text full post
- HTML excerpt
- HTML full post (default for Public Subscribers)
Additional Features include:
- Unsubscribe links can be included in notification emails
- Ability to Send HTML emails from Post->Mail Subscribers
- Configure default subscription settings to apply to new registrations
- Full and documented API (http://subscribe2.wordpress.com/support/api/) to allow plugin to be manipulated or extended
- Active development and support of the central email functionality
- Images and CSS can be sent as email attachments
- Draft emails can be saved in Subscribe2->Send Email
- Stricter coding standards and more efficient code to save server resources
- Regular minor enhancements and bug fixes
Caveat Emptor – Buyer Beware Subscribe2 HTML is designed to send emails through your web server. Before purchasing check that your hosting provider allows emails to be sent on your hosting plan and ensure that you will be sending emails within their hosting restrictions. All hosts limit out going emails as a method of preventing spam; work with your provider to ensure your site works as you’d like without affecting your server stability for other users.