Simply notifies comment-author via email if someone replies to his comment. Zero Configuration.
- Download the plugin-files from the WordPress Plugin Directory.
- Upload the files to your plugins directory on your Server.
- Activate the plugin in your admin-backend.
🍃3️⃣ 26, 2017
The plugin is still working, but I wonder for how long, as another plugin that did the same (and was about the same age) has just crashed my site. Can you please update the plugin or let us know that you will not update it? I will do a Dutch translation for you if you'd like.
❄️2️⃣ 26, 2017
I tested 5 other comment plugin. It took me 5 hours they were complicated and annoying. This was Straight to the point.
❄️1️⃣ 4, 2017
Exactly what I needed.
🍂 9️⃣ 3, 2016
Your plugin is great, after trying in vain to configure the subscription plugins to comments, I installed yours that works perfectly the first time! Congratulations!
🍂 9️⃣ 3, 2016
One of these nice and nifty plugins that eases life.
🍂 9️⃣ 3, 2016 1 reply
Thanks! What if commenter doesn't want to receive notifications? An opt-in or out feature would be great! @karl53 To do what you want to do, go to your Dashboard, then to Plugins, click on Edit "Comment Email Reply" in cer_plugin.php change: $headers .= 'From: '.get_option('blogname').' <'.get_option('admin_email').'>' . "\r\n"; to $headers .= 'From: '.get_option('blogname').' <firstname.lastname@example.org>' . "\r\n";
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- Added some patches regarding spam handling. (Thanks to Jonathan)
- Blogname and admin email added to “From” mailheader.
- Changed charset to UTF-8.
- Fixed problems with html-encoding.
- Bugfix in Mail-Text fixed.
- first stable version.