When I active this plugin, I get a message from Sendgrid, my mail sending plugin, saying that wp_mail is already defined and so Sendgrid can’t work.
I don’t think it’s necessary for this plugin to declare wp_mail, so it would be great if that can be removed or made optional.
Hallo, when a post is published an 24.05.2014 14:00
and “Auto prune Posts” is set to delete the post
in 1 day
Will the post be deleted on 25.05.2014 on 0:00 or on 14:00
Could Auto Prune Posts be updated to allow it to automatically delete posts that reach a certain age?
I am wanting to have it delete posts that reach 2 days old in specific categories.
Is there a way to prune by tag rather than by category?
I have a site with 43 blogs, and I installed the plugin on 3 or 4 of the sites. Some of these sites contain as much as 22,000 posts over 9 months. I tried to prune the sites to posts old as 3 months. Over would be cleared. I am guessing the plugin has a lot of pruning to do with 22,000 posts, but it drastically performs so many mysql checks, that the site can no longer connect to the database. Once I suspended the account, all my other sites came back and were accessible.
We have an internal webserver with wordpress installed that syndicates RSS News with FeedWordPress. Since this produces thousands of posts within a couple monthes we were looking for a plugin, that automatically deletes them again after some time (120 days).
I’ve been testing auto-delete-posts and auto-prune-posts.
The plugin is probably going to delete about 500-600 posts a day. Both plugins have produced error 500 after activation, until I found a post for auto-delete-posts, that suggests a codechange. Basically it reduces the amount of posts handeled at a time. Similar to what you do with your plugin “Mass Delete unused Tags”
how often or when does the purge process run.
I installed the plugin, set one category to auto expire after 30 days (Prune, not Trash completely) went back to the front-end of the site and it won’t load at all 🙁
Also, I couldnt locate the Plugin tab in the Admin panel, the only way to get to it was through the Plugin installation list and clicking on Settings