With the MailUp plugin you can easily add a newsletter sign-up form to your Web site or blog, and then send and track email and sms with MailUp
Visitors to your WordPress-powered blog or Web site will be able to subscribe to your newsletter using a configurable sign-up form. Their information will be saved in your MailUp account. You will use your MailUp admin console to manage those subscribers, create and send messages to them, view statistics on sent messages, and more.
The MailUp plugin supports the recommended 'confirmed opt-in' subscription method (i.e. subscriber receives an email with a confirmation link that has to be clicked to confirm the subscription). This method ensures that spam traps or wrong email addresses are never added to your list.
The unsubscription process will be managed automatically by MailUp (e.g. unsubscribe link in the footer of your messages).
MailUp supports SMS (text messaging) too, so you can choose to collect a mobile phone number as well.
It also supports sign-up via a social networking account (additional fees apply: see the MailUp web site for details).
After installing the plugin as described above, access the WordPress administration panel and selectSettings > WP MailUp in the left-side navigation menu.
The setup page will be displayed.
Configure the settings in each section as described below. Please note that all the data required to configure the plugin is available in your MailUp console under "Settings > Codes Table".
Use this section to configure general properties, including the MailUp account URL, form title, etc.
MailUp console URL
Subscription page name and path (do not modify this entry)
Subscription form title shown where the widget is placed
"Sign up for our newsletter!"
Text shown under the title
“Enter your information and press SEND”
Select preloaded CSS for widget
Menu a tendina per scegliere lo stile da applicare. Si può scegliere tra i quattro file CSS disponibili 
Text used for the submit button
Request confirmation by email
Check this option to require that new subscribers confirm their subscription (recommended)
 You can change the style of the sign up form as shown here.
This section refers to which List the new subscriber will be added to. MailUp accounts support multiple lists.
List ID (REQUIRED)
Numeric list identifier. You can locate the ID in your MailUp console under "Settings > Codes Table".
List displayed name (NOT REQUIRED)
Not currently in use
Group ID (NOT REQUIRED)
Numeric group identifier within the list. You can locate the IDs in your MailUp console under "Settings > Codes Table". You can add the same person to multiple groups by entering multiple IDs separated with a ";"
The subscription form can pass up to four separate pieces of information to MailUp. Either the email or the mobile phone number must be sent to MailUp for the user to be added to the system, so you must make at least one of those two fields required. The other two fields can be associated with any of the additional fields used in your MailUp console under "Manage > Personal Data Fields".
Here is how the plugin looks when added to the Web site with these settings.
Here you can edit the error messages that are shown when the submit button is pressed, if there is an issue.
“Thank you for subscribing to our newsletter. Check your email to confirm your subscription.”
“There was an issue. Please try again.”
“The email address is not valid”
“It looks like you're already a subscriber!”
You can display terms and conditions of the subscription so that the new subscriber can have the opportunity to review them and agree to them.
Include acceptance of terms and conditions
If active, a checkbox is shown and is required.
Terms and conditions
Enter the terms and conditions.
Enter the statement that will be shown next to the checkbox (e.g. "I agree to these terms"
You can customize the look of the MailUp plugin for WordPress as described below.
First, select the Plugins Editor in the WordPress administration area...
Select “WP-MailUp” from the drop-down menu
You must have activated a MailUp console (a regular one or a 30 days trial) and then specify console URL in plugin settings. On MailUp you must enable requests coming from the server that hosts your WordPress site (go to "Manage->Web service" and then select "frontend" in the dropdown menu to insert IP address of your server. More than one address could be registered).
Go to admin panel, press "Settings" and then select "WP MailUp". Fill in or check all the fields using help buttons if something is not clear
Just fill in required fields and press SEND button to subscribe. Specified contact will be added in the MailUp distribution list specified in system settings
In most of cases configuration is set once and no more changes are required.
You can select between four available styles (CSS), if no one matches with your need you can edit one of existing CSS files (style1.css, ..., style4.css). Please note that editing is allowed only for users who have read/write access to those files.
Yes, MailUp provides a simple integration with all the most used social networks. You could insert into your web site a simple banner "Click here to subscribe to our newsletter using your Facebook account". This features is a standard one and you don't need to install any plugin, just activate a MailUp account.
Yes, just edit each string within the settings panel. No need to edit any file. MailUp supports all the charsets.
MailUp allows you to take control on subscribers (view, import, edit, delete, export) and on messages (define scheduling, content and recipients).
Yes, just delete reference to console host.
Starting from v.7.4, MailUp introduces a security restriction that allows only calls from servers whose IP address is registered on MailUp console (go to "Manage->Web service" and then select "frontend" in the dropdown menu to start registering IP). More than one address could be registered. Even if it is not recommended, you can disable this restriction by deselecting "IP address check enabled" option