one blog user activated this plugin and manually subscribed about 150 email addresses to his blog. most of the emails are causing trouble, i.e. address no longer in use or inexistent.
since he blogs at least once a day he was sending out quite huge amounts of mails and most bounced back.
unfortunately since the mails sent out were being sent via phpmail they landed in the browser's inbox if that makes sense? I mean no real human mailbox, so I didn't see them until now.
I am a bit worried about offering this feature for my users anymore.
Was thinking about installing one of those plugins where you can change mails to globally go out via smtp, seeing that all mails were sent from: From: "zice.ro" <email@example.com> but had the Return-Path: <firstname.lastname@example.org> set so all landed in this inbox.
Do you think changing it to use smtp would help? At least then the return path would be the same as the sending email and I would notice problems way earlier.
Btw. is it normal practice to send out all emails from one email address (the global one?) is this the way this plugin handles it or is something else interfering here?