Mailster requires a cron to send it’s campaign. If you know how to setup a cron you have to check if the cron is actually running correctly.
When Mailster sends your campaigns it wants to make sure no duplicate mails 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 setup a cron). […]
If you have problems with sending your campaigns you may have not setup your cron correctly. There a 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 some […]
If you have created your campaign and it’s ready to get sent you probably see no progress and no mail get sent.
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 […]