When Mailster sends your campaigns it wants to make sure no duplicate emails reach your customers. For this reason, a cron lock gets created when Mailster processes the queue. After you or a third party triggers the cron URL Mailster requests a lock so no other request can overlap (more on how to set up a […]
Articles Tagged: cron
How do I know if my cron is working correctly?
Mailster requires a cron to send its campaign. If you know how to set up a cron you have to check if the cron is actually running correctly.
How can I setup a cron job?
If you have problems with sending your campaigns you may not have set up your cron correctly. There are two ways to trigger the send progress: WP-cron If you select the WordPress native cron solution you don’t have to take any further actions. WordPress will send your campaigns in your defined interval. This method has […]
The latest cronjob hasn’t been finished
Sometimes sending emails can take longer than expected. This can cause a server timeout and wrong statistics in some cases. You’ll get a notification in this case: Also if you’re on the cron.php page you get this: If this is a temporary problem and the notification box vanishes by itself you can ignore it but […]
Why my campaigns do not get sent?
If you have created your campaign and it’s ready to get sent you probably see no progress and no mail gets sent.