Setting Up Your Automatic Email Testing for WP – PRO Plugin
Thank you for purchasing the PRO version of Automatic Email Testing for WP! Please follow the steps below to set up the plugin on your website:
Step 1: Deactivate and Uninstall the Free Version
If you have the free version of Automatic Email Testing for WP plugin currently installed on your website, please deactivate and uninstall it by going to Plugins1, and click Deactivate2 as shown below.
Step 2: Install and Activate the PRO Version
Go to Plugins >> Add New1.
Click the Upload Plugin2 button.
Then click the Choose File3 button and select the PRO plugin ZIP file to upload it.
After the ZIP file has finished uploading, click the Install Now button as shown below.
Step 3: Configure Your Plugin Settings
(Your Email & Sendinblue API)
Go to Plugins / Installed Plugins, and click on Settings as shown below.
- Email Address1: This is the email address that the daily success/failure report will be sent to.
- Sendinblue API Key2: If you already have an existing Sendinblue account, paste in your API key here.
If you don’t have a Sendinblue account, please refer to the next section for steps to create a free Sendinblue account and generate your API key.
Once you have entered the above information, click the Test and Automate3 button and you’re all good to go! 🙂
How To Generate Your Free Sendinblue API Key
(For users who do not have a Sendinblue account)
Before that, please note that your Sendinblue free account will expire if you do not log in for 3 months. Thus, please remember to login to your Sendinblue account once every 3 months to keep your account active.
To sign up for a free account, head to Sendinblue’s website, sendinblue.com.
Click the Sign Up Free button on the top right corner of the page and follow the onscreen instructions to complete your account registration.
Once you’re logged in, click on your account name1 (located at the top right corner of the page) and select SMTP & API2 from the dropdown menu as shown below.
In the pop-up window, enter a name for your new API key (you can name it ‘First Key’). Then click the GENERATE button.
Then, head back to your WordPress dashboard and paste it into the Sendinblue API Key field in the PRO plugin settings page.
That’s it! This concludes the guide on how to set up this simple but effective plugin!
Bonus: Why We Choose Sendinblue
The following are the three main reasons why we choose to integrate with Sendinblue:
1. You can send up to 9,000 emails every month using their free plan.
2. You do not need to have a credit card to sign up for a Sendinblue account.
3. Sendinblue does not require you to verify your domain in order to use your account.
The only downside is that you’ll need to login to your Sendinblue account once every 3 months in order to to keep your account active.
If you did not login during the 90-day period, Sendinblue will send you a reminder 7 days before they delete your account (so it’s best to use an email that you check regularly).
The following table is a simple comparison of the major email service providers for your reference:
|No. of Free Emails||Need Credit Card?||Domain Verification|
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