Mail After Edit
3rd Party (Commercial)
Current Version: V2.2.2
Minimum EE Version: 4.0.0
Release Date: Mar 31, 2021
EE Version Support
- ExpressionEngine 4
- ExpressionEngine 5
- ExpressionEngine 6
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This EE4/5 addon sends an email to an individual or member group after a channel entry is created or updated.
Mail After Edit
Emailed updates on your channel entries!
NEW IN VERSION 2.2
- CREATE? EDIT? BOTH?: Choose whether you want to run a channel when you create an entry, update an entry, or both!
- CLEAAAAAN CODE: We're fixing bugs and cleaning code!
NEW IN VERSION 2.1
- EE6 READY! Just drop it on in to any ExpressionEngine set up from EE3 to EE6!
- AUTHOR SENDING: Include the author on every one of their updated entries
- BCC: Hide email addresses for your updates!
- EMAILING: We've moved everything to EE's native mailer, so you can use any service you would like.
- LOGGING: Utilizing EE's native developer logging.
This EE3/4/5/6 addon sends an email to an individual or member group after a channel entry is created or updated.
- Copy entire folder to your
- On your EE backend, navigate to
Developer > Addons(yoursite.com/admin.php?/cp/addons).
- Scroll to
Third Party Add-Ons.
Mail After Editand click
- Add your settings, and enjoy!
If you are upgrading from version 1, the most important thing is to leave your config.php in the addon directory. We have moved from using a file to database-driven settings, in order to make upgrading and changes simpler.
After upgrading the addon files, move your config.php file back in to the
mail\_after\_edit. When you click
Upgrade to 2.0, your config settings will automatically be added to the addon, and you can safely delete the file from there.
Version 2 utilizes EE's native emailing by default. If you are updating and were using MAE's Mailgun set up, you can simply move your Mailgun info into EE's email settings (
This Contains some basic your message information
Start: The starting line of the email message. Defaults to
An entry has been updated! See below for information.
End: The ending line of the email message. Defaults to
Sent by Mail After Edit.
Domain: The full domain name that you are using, without a trailing slash. Defaults to
http://example.com, so definitely change this.
From: This is the email your email notifications will come from. This is applied to all channels unless you override in that particular channel's config. Defaults to
email@example.com, so definitely change this.
Force BCC: This will force all emails to be sent as BCCed emails, instead of exposing emails in the To line of the email.
Send Individually: This will force all emails to be sent as individually. Though this does provide somme extra control, it also sends a number more emails. Use sparingly.
This contains your channel information.
Channel ID: The ID of the channel you would like to set MAE up (you can )
Type: This can be set to email or member_group. Email is for individual email addresses that will be notified for a channel. Member Group will notify everyone who is a member of the assigned group.
Email: If the type is set to email, this is the email addresses you will send notifications to. Email addresses should be separated by pipes (|), i.e.
Mail On: Choose the type of update to run. Can be
editor both. If set to
create, this will send an email when an entry is created in a channel. If set to
edit, it will send when an entry is updated.
Groups: If the type is set to member_group, this is the groups that will receive notifications re: this channel.
From: This is the email your email notifications will come from. This will override the MESSAGE_INFO setting
These fields will be skipped in emails, as they are not used that much and will email you way too much. Defaults to
submit. Add whatever fields you like by their field name (not field label). Fields should be separated by pipes (|), i.e.
By default, Mail After Edit will add data to your Developer logs, so you can track your emails. If, for whatever reason, it is unable to access the developer logging, MAE will create a small file in your MAE directory. You can access this file via the MAE settingsdashboard.
- Check your EE Mail settings and send a test email.
- Check the developer logs/MAE logs. Check to see if any EE mailer errors had occurred in there.
- Contact support for any additional assistance.
Set it and forget it! Once you have all the information in your settings, it will automatically send the email anytime an entry in that particular channel is created or updated.
We want to make sure you have what you need on this. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for help.
This entry was created April 23, 2018, 10:36 am.
This entry was last updated March 31, 2021, 4:52 am.
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