I recently purchased your plugin and it’s awesome! Especially the email piping functionality. Too bad haven’t managed to make the email piping work.
I’ve followed the steps in your guide with the following settings:
– File permission of the file and folder are 755.
– Make a forwarding address in DirectAdmin from a different domain: messaging@domainB.com.
– Make the following piping address: “|https://www.domainA.com/wp-content/plugins/front-end-pm-pro/pro/fep-email-parser/fep-email-piping.php”.
– I conifugred the Front End PM plugin within WordPress.
When I responde to an e-mail I get the following error:
This message was created automatically by mail delivery software.
A message that you sent could not be delivered to one or more of its
recipients. This is a permanent error. The following address(es) failed:
pipe to |https://www.domainA.com/wp-content/plugins/front-end-pm-pro/pro/fep-email-parser/fep-email-piping.php
generated by messaging@domainB.com
URL will not work.
Create an email where fep-email-piping.php file is. Then set this email as piping email in Front End PM PRO > Settings > Emails. It does not have to be your main domain. Or you can forward your main domain email(Gsuite) to your temporary email (email where fep-email-piping.php file is) then from this email forward to fep-email-piping.php.
it needs to be on same server (domain is not matter) where both domain have direct file access. You can even create a subdomain of your main domain for email address. Then you can pipe to fep-email-piping.php file
Are you pointing same file where your wordpress installation is?
If you are is development you can use our latest rc version (enable Bleeding edge Update in Front End PM PRO > Settings > Licenses to get this) where you can use POP3 instead of piping.
After update go to Front End PM > Settings > Emails > Email Piping/POP3