Error 'Fail to send email to the customer'

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  • #3712

    Ryan Chart
    Buyer
    Post count: 12

    Hi,

    Some of our geo directory listing payment are pending and when we are trying to resend the payment invoice mail to the customer (form WordPress backend > invoicing > invoices > mail icon click from actions column), it is giving an error called “Fail to send email to the customer”. We need your help to fix this issue.

    Just for the note, mails are not blocked on the server because we are already sending and getting many mails from other website form submissions.

    #3713

    Alex Rollin
    Moderator
    Post count: 22147

    Please share WP Admin credentials and a link to an invoice where you are seeing the issue so we can check it out.

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    Ryan Chart
    Buyer
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    Alex Rollin
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    #3732

    Patrik
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    Hi,

    When I sent an email via the email icon for the invoice, it showing me message “The email has been sent to the customer.”. Which means the email has been sent successfully.

    You have to check if your wp_mail() function is working properly or not. I see a notice “Mandrill: wp_mail has been declared by another process or plugin, so you won’t be able to use Mandrill until the problem is solved.” in the admin side which can be a hint for this issue but I am not sure. You have to take the help of a developer to fix this notice which can be from plugin or custom code.

    You can check if emails from our plugin or WP site are sent or not via plugin https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-mail-logging/. Our error message will only display if wp_mail() function returns false.

    Regards,
    Patrik

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