Global SettingsThese settings are used form all forms and can not be changed per form individually.
Choose to send and receive message as HTML (styling enabled) or as plain text (no styling)
Different servers behave differently when it come to seding emails. These settings will ensure you find the correct solution for your server to deliver your emails.
This is the recomended settings and should only be changed if you do not receive emails with this method. This Method requires no further setup.
This method uses the built in wp_mail() function. This method might require an additional SMTP plugin found on http://wordpress.org
This method uses the built in PHP mail() function. You need PHP mail() enabled on your server.
This method uses an API to send emails. This method does not allow for email attachments but ensures delivery of all emails.
This method uses PHP Mailer with SMTP options to send emails. This method requers some setupup.
SMTP SetupHost: Specify the host from where the email will be sent.
Port: Specify which port to use when sending emails (default is port 587).
Security: Set which security is used by your server: None, SSL or TLS.
Authentication: Specify wheter to use authentication or not.
SMTP AuthenticationUsername: When using authentication, specify the username of the email account.
Password: When using authentication, specify the password of the email account.
Send a test mail
You can send a test mail to a specific address after saving a method. So you dont have to refresh to test each method, simply:
- Select the method
- Save the settings (hit Save Settings button)
- Enter an email address
- Hit Send test email
- Check your inbox
- You you dont recieve an email then repeat this with another email method.
WP Admin OptionsThese options gives you control over what NEX-Forms is allowed to do in the admin wordpress side.
WP Editor: Allows NEX-Forms to add a button to the WordPress TinyMCE Editor.
WP Widgets: Allows NEX-Forms to add a widget to the WordPress widgets page.