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Libraries updates

WordPress v1.11 released

Our WordPress plugin now supports link tracking! We've also fixed an issue where open and link tracking options were not honored when sending a test email.

November, 2018

WordPress v1.10 released

We just released an update to the WordPress plugin that adds an optional setting for preserving logs of send attempts. It adds a new Logs tab that can be used to view the last 7 days of plugin sending activity.

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Preserving send logs are useful for a couple of reasons:

  • You can check if your contact form or plugin generating emails is actually using wp_mail for sending - no log entry means it is not using wp_mail and therefore not compatible with Postmark for WordPress.
  • API responses are included, so you can see why send attempt(s) fail.

We heard a lot of feedback from users saying their plugin wasn't working but they had no idea why, and there was not an easy way to tell what was going wrong. Now, you can quickly see what is going on and resolve the more common errors, like trying to send from an address that isn't on your account yet, or trying to send to external recipients before you Postmark account is approved.

Postmark Node.js Library goes to v2

Our Postmark JavaScript library just got a huge update. The biggest change is that we added TypeScript support, but there’s way more to it:

  • Migrated library to add TypeScript support
  • Revamped the client with a simpler call model
  • Added custom error handling
  • Added all missing account level and server level API endpoints
  • Removed unneeded dependencies

We’ve already made a few minor updates based on feedback and additional real-world use, so make sure to grab the latest version. Check out the wiki for more details, including a migration guide for moving from 1.x to 2.x.