I'm using Mail Queue plugin
to overcome the hourly limitations of our hosting plan and also to make email smoother for the server. While that works now for a year or so just great with blog posts, comments and registrations, it doesn't work well with wpForo.
The email received are unreadable.
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I'm trying to find if this is a problem with wpForo or the WP plugin. But since everything works ok BUT the wpForo emails make me believe it could be something of wpForo.
Any ideas ? it must be something with the mail encoding ....
The rest doesn't matter. I think you don't have Emails with HTML content so you'll never see if this plugin works correct or not, all WP emails are just simple text format. i think this plugin doesn't check WordPress Email types and hooks. Or it overwrites other plugins requests to set it HTML and wp_mail() function sends it as Text.
Also in his code comments he says :
* The default content type is 'text/plain' which does not allow using HTML.
* However, you can set the content type of the email by using the
* 'wp_mail_content_type' filter.
So i will try my luck changing his code or whatever i can ...