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How to Disable Content Plugins in a MailPress Newsletter

Many WordPress plugins register the_content filters that alter your posts in some way, like adding bookmarking icons at the bottom of a post, or Google +1 buttons without you having to edit your theme. This is particularly helpful when you change themes, and some plugins make dynamic content modifications that you couldn't do by editing your theme anyway.

MailPress runs these filters when generating your newsletter so that the post looks the same in your newsletter as it does on your site. However, email programs often have bizarre limitations on what they are able to display and sometimes plugins generate content that looks fine in a web browser but doesn't look good at all in email. For example, the SexyBookmarks icons turn into a list of bookmarking links which look way less than sexy when viewed in Windows Live Mail.

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