Mailster - Premium Email Newsletter Plugin for WordPress

Mailster - Email Newsletter Plugin for WP 4.0.8 NULLED



The Mailster is a premium Email Newsletter Plugin for WordPress that allows you to create, send and track your Newsletter Campaigns without any hassle.

This plugin offers a variety of features including the ability to capture subscribers on your website or blog, send your latest posts/products/custom post types, welcome emails, birthday campaigns, follow up/drip campaigns. It also provides 400 free and premium templates and supports RSS email campaigns.

The plugin is GDPR compliant and is available in over 15 languages. It allows you to send with any email provider and offers time zone based delivery. It also provides advanced segmentation, newsletter campaign insights, autoresponders and email marketing automation.

The plugin is compatible with WordPress 4.6+ (5.0+ recommended) and requires PHP 7.3+. It also offers full data control, reports, public archive of your latest newsletters, capability management.

The plugin is developer friendly and allows integration with your favorite plugins. You can import your existing data with ease.

Version 3.3.9 (2023-11-06)

PHP 8.2 compatibility
updated: WP Coding Standards 3.0
updated: Freemius SDK to 2.6.0
fixed: inline style attribute got removed in some edge cases

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improved: placeholder image tags algorithmus
fixes: smaller issue

Version 3.3.10 (2023-11-15)

  • fixed warning on PHP 8.2 if subscriber count is 0
  • fixed: issue with the admin bar
  • fixes: smaller issue

Version 3.3.13 (2024-01-15)

new: Email Health Check: check your delivery method to comply with upcoming changes to Gmail and Yahoo

Version 4.0.0 (2024-02-12)

New Features
Email Health Check: Check your delivery method to comply with upcoming changes to Gmail and Yahoo.
Block Forms: Create forms and popups with the built-in editor.
Automations: Bring automations to the next stage with customer journeys.

More detail

One Click Unsubscribe: Now enabled by default for Gmail and Yahoo, complying with RFC 8058.
Save Custom Modules: Allows for saving and reusing custom modules within the platform.
Native Support:
Improved native support forms for Elementor, including a change in the slug of the Elementor module to prevent conflicts.
Welcome Wizard.
Automation triggers now run on the same process.
List view labels are more descriptive.
Newsletter homepage block.
Standardized rendering of campaigns.
Performance improvements on querying action data from campaigns and on data in the wp_options table.
Rendered of admin screens.
Subscribers detail page.
Allow any type of hook in hook triggers.
Forms and Popups:
Block form preview.
Animations on forms are now reduced if clients use “prefer-reduced-motion”.
Honeypot mechanism to prevent false positives on heavily cached sites and improved to prevent false positives more broadly.
Compatibility and Standards:
PHP 8.2 compatibility.
Updated WP Coding Standards to 3.0.
Fully tested for PHP 8.1 and partially tested with PHP 8.2.
Improved preview of forms from the block form overview.
Improved rewrite rules for newsletter homepage.
Improved placeholder image tags algorithm.
Improved beacon message loader.
CSS improvements on the form editor.
General style updates.
Technical and Structural:
Page link triggers are now stored differently.
No longer use trigger post meta value for automation triggers.
Moved form padding to style section.
Hide “Show form” option if used in content.
Legacy forms.
SDKs and Libraries:
Freemius SDK updated to 2.6.2.
Geo API: Updated to use preferred single mmdb file instead of multiple data files.
Admin Screens: Improved rendering.
General Fixes:
Deprecated notice on subscribers detail page for PHP 8.2+.
Warning on activation if update state is not clear.
Warnings when trying to resize SVG images in email.
Custom fields were not saved in some cases.
Warning on PHP 8.2 if subscriber count is 0.
CodeMirror editor not responding.
mailster_ip2Country didn’t return country codes.
Forms popup appear in wrong places.
Conditions were sometimes wrongly not fulfilled.
Automations don’t get triggered due to a wrong db column.
Inline style attribute got removed in some edge cases.
Scroll percentage trigger was not working.
Align property hasn’t been stored if forms are used out of context.
Prevent step ID be the same if multiple blocks are duplicated.
Premium Templates: Now available to certain plans.
Specific Date and Anniversary Triggers: Can now have an offset.
Support and Cleanup:
Improved log cleanup algorithm.
New filter ‘mailster_cron_simple_output’ to change the output of the cron page.
Run KSES filter on form output via shortcode.
Smaller fixes and improvements, cleanup.
Support block form preview in the site editor.
Option to convert certain autoresponders to workflows.
Legacy forms menu entry is hidden by default.

Version 4.0.1 (2024-02-14)

fixed some phpcbf issues
fixed: Newsletter homepage creation causes broken blocks
fixed: checkout links fixed: typo
fixed: some automations got stuck on the delay step under certain conditions

Version 4.0.4 (2024-02-21)

  • fixed: journey were triggered more than once in some circumstances
  • fixed: usage of wp_posts instead of {$wpdb->posts} on some queries
  • improved: fast triggers in automations
  • improved: cleanup on date related workflows

Version 4.0.8 (2024-03-26)

security: fixed possible Local File Inclusion (LFI) vulnerability reported by Patchstack
security: fixed possible Cross Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability reported by Patchstack
fixed: linked images in templates weren’t mapped correctly.
fixed: missing array index in options.php

More detail

fixed: using “given-name” for autocomplete value instead of “name” on the first name field for block forms
improved: legacy forms inclusion
improved: activation experience for Envato users
improved: bounce handler to not timeout during processing of large quantities of bounce messages
removed: beta notice
removed: health check notice.
reverted: forcing unsubscribe link on the bottom of the mail if not present in the email.
fully tested with WordPress 6.5