Category: Development



Release Notes

Release Notes: September 2017

Let’s take a look at the main highlights of our September code releases. This month, we officially launched the new MailPoet plugin. A New (and Free!) Sending Plan We have always wanted to offer a free sending solution to as many of our users as possible. At long last, it is finally here. If you […]

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FAQ for MailPoet Version 2

The new MailPoet Version 3 was released in September 2017. This new plugin is replacing the old MailPoet (Version 2). In this FAQ, we’ll address all of your questions and concerns. Will MailPoet Version 2 Still Be Available? Yes, the old plugin is still available. You can download it from the WordPress plugin repository. Can […]

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Release Notes

Release Notes: July 2017

What has the MailPoet team been up to? In this new monthly series, we’ll explore what our engineering team has recently added to the new version of MailPoet 3. Want to read more? You can always read the entire changelog on WordPress.org to see our weekly releases.

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Clean Slate

We have completely stopped the development of MailPoet, as you’ve come to know it. There will be no more additional features, no more enhancements. Maybe a bug release. Alas, we’re closing a chapter… Instead, we are completely focused on MailPoet version 3, a near complete rewrite. A new chapter, if you like. This is great news for […]

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We will send your emails

MailPoet will start delivering your emails in 2015. I can’t understate how excited we are at the prospect of finally being your postman! We welcome all of you to sign up to the beta of our service (below) which will be available in the coming weeks. Around 100 participants will be selected by our team, and will get […]

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