WordPress Messenger Plugin: Send Private Messages Between WP Users

The WordPress Messenger Plugin allows the registered WordPress users of a site to send private messages between the WP users. If you have a community site where you promote social interaction between the users then this plugin should be a nice addition.

WP Messenger Plugin Installation

  • Go to the “Add New” plugins screen in your WordPress admin area
  • Click the “upload” tab
  • Browse for the plugin file (wp-messenger.zip)
  • Click “Install Now” and then activate the plugin

WP Messenger Plugin Usage

Check the following PDF file for full details on how to use the WordPress messenger plugin:

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Comments (11 responses)

  1. admin says:

    @Fahdi, It doesn’t have the capability to send an email to the inbox. If enough people ask for it then we will look into adding an option for that.

  2. fahdi says:

    Hi,

    Great Plugin.

    So looks like, the message will be sent to user specified inbox within wordpress, any tips/tricks so that the message will be delivered to user/recipient email?

    thanks

  3. admin says:

    @Hossni, Can you please share a the URL of the page where you have used it so I can check the code?

  4. Hossni Mubarak says:

    I have followed the instructions and I have found a link Launch Messenger. But when i click on this link nothing happens! I have created a page and putted the shortcode.

  5. Abhay Singh says:

    Awesome plugin

  6. Hi guys,
    Another top plugin from you! @Dan above hit the nail on the head — I was looking for a way that I could leave private messages inside the website for my client, and voila! Keep up the great work guys!

    Terry

  7. admin says:

    You could use the following to place a link to open the compose menu:

    <a menuid="compose" class="wpmessengermenu" href="#" rel="nofollow">Launch Compose Menu</a>

  8. wolf says:

    Is there a possibility to prepare some link to put on page which opens Compose page with selected user?

  9. admin says:

    @Tim, at this stage the inbox can only be displayed in an overlay. This allows the messenger widget to be embedded anywhere without worrying about the width of the parent container.

  10. tim says:

    This looks great but is it possible to display the inbox etc within a page – i.e. without the inbox opening in a pop up window. The site that I have in mind will only be used by registered users.

  11. Dan says:

    This plugin helped me a lot for the project that I was doing for my client. Thank you for sharing this plugin for sending private messages.

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