Flamingo

Description

Flamingo ist ein Plugin zum Abspeichern von Nachrichten. Ursprünglich wurde es erstellt für Contact Form 7 (das die übertragenen Nachrichten nicht speichert).

Nach der Aktivierung des Plugins finden Sie Flamingo in Ihrem WordPress-Adminscreen. Alle Nachrichten Ihrer Kontaktformulare werden hier aufgelistet und sind durchsuchbar. Mit Flamingo brauchen Sie sich nicht länger Sorgen darüber zu machen, wichtige Nachrichten zu verlieren, nur weil es Probleme auf einem Mailserver oder Fehler bei den E-Mail-Einstellungen gibt.

Für detailliertere Informationen besuchen Sie bitte die Dokumentations-Seite für Contact Form 7.

Datenschutzhinweise

Dieses Plugin speichert die Daten, die durch Contact Form 7 abgefragt und übertragen wurden (unter Umständen inklusive persönlicher Daten des Absenders), in der Datenbank auf dem Webserver des Hosters.

Installation

  1. Laden Sie den kompletten Ordner flamingo in das Verzeichnis /wp-content/plugins/.
  2. Aktivieren Sie das Plugin im «Plugins»-Menu in WordPress.

Reviews

13. Juni 2022
In my last company we are using this plugin on more then 200 of sites and it is working fine.
28. April 2022
Is this plugin going to be updated to keep up with the latest Wordpress version? Warning: This plugin has not been tested with your current version of WordPress.
10. August 2022
This is a utility for the Contact Forms 7 plugin, and as such should insert settings and other menus UNDERNEATH the Contact Forms menu for the CF7 plugin. Instead, it inserts a menu at the top-level, taking up space that degrades menu accessibility and increases cognitive load on users with no benefit at all.
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Contributors & Developers

“Flamingo” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

“Flamingo” has been translated into 43 locales. Thank you to the translators for their contributions.

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Changelog

2.3

  • Sets status to previous when restoring data.

2.2.3

  • Fixed: Cron jobs clean-up on plugin deactivation was failing to work.

2.2.2

  • Address Book: Hides the Filter button if there is no working filter.

2.2.1

  • Outputs a local date/time in a CSV export file.
  • Removes load_plugin_textdomain() calls.
  • Removes a reference to $_wp_last_object_menu.
  • Removes the set-screen-option filter.
  • Inherits post_status from the previous admin page.
  • Avoids using wp_date() for MySQL DATETIME values.
  • Has been tested with WordPress 5.6.

2.2

  • Sets the post_date of an inbound message based on the submission timestamp.
  • Allows users to search and filter messages within the Spam subgroup.
  • Changes the visibility of the $found_items property to private and introduces the count() method as an alternative.
  • Changes the visibility of the $id property to private and introduces the id() method as an alternative.
  • Introduces the submission result in the inbound message viewer screen.
  • Stores the posted_data_hash value for search.