I was only pointing out that I have had similar issues. I've tried both ways, with various SMTP plugins and SMTP servers, and the built in WordPress mail. The website emails other things fine (Alex King's 404 notifications, new user registrations, Admin IP watcher alerts, PHPurchase order copies) which makes it odd that I only have trouble with SOME Gravity Forms notifications. (I'm also not sure if I am getting EVERY email from the other plugins or WordPress. With Gravity Forms though, it's easy to compare entries with missed emails and see that I didn't get an email, at least for forms where I get the notifications.) I can't pinpoint what makes it happen or why, which is why in the past I asked about troubleshooting the send function in my previous message.
So, not looking at all to point any fingers, just trying to find out WHAT might be causing the trouble so it can be resolved. I've been trying to think of a way to log the content of the notification email before sending, so I could see the exact content of the complete message, with headers, and could then compare a logged message to a missed notification email and see where things went wrong.
It's sort of a back burner, ongoing thing.
I might just resort to BCCing me on all notifications, so I can see if I at least get those when an entry is logged.
Posted 13 years ago on Tuesday July 27, 2010 | Permalink