Send to Any Email Add-on

This add-on allows you to send notifications to non-WordPress users.
With this add-on you can:

  • Send notifications to an email address that has been manually typed into the ‘Send To’ box.
  • If you have the Custom Fields add-on installed and activated, you can send notifications to an email address stored in a custom field by adding the shortcode to the ‘Send To’ box.
  • If you have the Per-post Override add-on installed and activated, you can send notifications to an email address that has been manually typed or a custom field by adding the shortcode to the Notifications meta box.

You can use manually typed email addresses or custom field shortcodes in addition to selecting User Roles or Users in the Send To box as normal.

 

Screenshots

  • Email address manually typed in Send To box.

    Email address manually typed in 'Send To' box.

  • Custom field shortcode containing email address manually typed in Send To box.

    Custom field shortcode containing email address manually typed in 'Send To' box.

  • Email addresses and custom field shortcodes show in the far right column of All Notifications screen.

    Email addresses and custom field shortcodes show in the far right column of 'All Notifications' screen.

Example

You need to send notifications to WordPress users and a few clients who don’t have WordPress user accounts for your website. You  do so by manually typing their email addresses into the ‘Send To’ box when setting up the notification.

Alternatively, you need to let a client know of changes to a page so you add their email address to a custom field on the page and set-up the notification to send notifications to the email address stored in the custom field by adding the custom field shortcode to the ‘Send To’ box when setting up the notification.

 

Documentation

For more information, I recommend that you look through the full documentation to ensure that this add-on will meet your requirements, prior to purchasing.

Send to Any Email Add-on Documentation