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Delay the sending of an email in WordPress. wp_delayed_mail() is the same as wp_mail() except that the first argument passed to wp_delayed_mail() is the UNIX epoch timestamp at which to send the email.
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=== Delayed Email === Contributors: filosofo Donate link: http://austinmatzko.com/wordpress-plugins/wp-delayed-mail/ Tags: comments, email, wp_mail Requires at least: 2.9 Tested up to: 3.0 Stable tag: 1.0 Send an email in the future. == Description == Delay the sending of an email. `wp_delayed_mail` is the same as `wp_mail` except that the first argument passed to <code>wp_delayed_mail</code> is the UNIX epoch timestamp at which to send the email. == Installation == 1. Upload the `wp-delayed-email` directory to the `/wp-content/plugins/` directory 1. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress 1. Send an email calling `wp_delayed_mail` just as you would `wp_mail`, except that the first argument is the UNIX epoch timestamp for the time at which you want the email to send. == Frequently Asked Questions == = Why would I want to send an email in the future? = That's up to you, but I wrote this plugin to act as part of a delayed auto-responder to a form submission. == Changelog == = 1.0 = * Introduced the plugin.