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Opened 5 years ago

Last modified 5 years ago

#7912 new enhancement

Add the email Lost Your Password and Password Change Notice in Admin Email List

Reported by: neoset's profile neoset Owned by: djpaul's profile DJPaul
Milestone: Awaiting Contributions Priority: normal
Severity: normal Version: 3.0.0
Component: Emails Keywords:


Hello everyone, trying this great plugin that integrates perfectly as a wordpress profile system, I have seen the section “Admin Email List” and I have realized that a very important email template is missing, I would say even more, essential and This is “Lost Your Password?” of the login page, you could put this essential template as soon as possible since it looks with plain text and without the possibility of changing your style or content?
Also check the email templates that may be missing, although the solution would be to change the styles to all the default wordpress templates with a general css using the customizer.
How can I add the tokens for the “Lost Your Password?” Email to the “Admin Email List” section to be able to customize it?
How could I change the styles to the email sent “Lost Your Password?” to leave it like the others?
Also missing the “Password change notice” email template.
When you change the password, it sends you an email that you have changed the password.
This is the web “Admin Email List“.

WP 4.9.6
Buddypress 3.1.0

Thank you very much and congratulations for your great work.

Change History (1)

#1 @DJPaul
5 years ago

  • Keywords needs-patch needs-refresh removed
  • Milestone changed from Awaiting Review to Awaiting Contributions
  • Priority changed from highest to normal
  • Severity changed from major to normal

Hi @neoset

The default emails provided by WordPress, are intentionally not customised by BuddyPress. They'll be sent as plain text, unless you have customised them via some other means, as you've found. They were left out from the initial implementation because of the fractured and complicated way that WordPress builds and sends emails.

I don't see any reason why BuddyPress could not eventually also customise the default WordPress emails, but that won't happen until a contributor wants to work on it in the future.

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