Notice of Password Change... how to....?

Hi Support Team,

please advice what to do where to change and how to change email message ...

1) how to stop a new user/member registration from activation of his/her account by email? What we need is 'a pending' status to be able to see first e.g. 'who wish to register' e.g. (eligible)?

2) Message send out from our server looks like below BUT does not include the NEW PASSWORD:

Hi username,

This notice confirms that your password was changed on 'name of website'.

If you did not change your password, please contact the Site Administrator at botbo.support@bestofthebestonly.com

This email has been sent to xyz@hotmail.com

Regards,

Looking forward hearing from you soon.
Cheers
Prinz

  • Adam Czajczyk

    Hello Prinz,

    I hope you're having a nice day!

    1) how to stop a new user/member registration from activation of his/her account by email? What we need is 'a pending' status to be able to see first e.g. 'who wish to register' e.g. (eligible)?

    I think this BuddyPress may be of help here. According to its documentation is should held all newly registered member accounts for moderation, although it doesn't prevent e-mail activation: it's only limiting access to user's own profile until accepted.

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/bp-registration-options/

    More complex solution would be however this plugin:
    https://wordpress.org/plugins/new-user-approve/

    It should affect registration process on core WP level and provide workflow like this:

    User registers for access to site.
    User is shown message to wait for approval.
    Admin is notified of new user sign up via email.
    Admin goes to wp-admin to approve or deny new user.
    Email is sent to user. If approved, email will include login credentials.
    User logs in to site using login credentials.

    2) Message send out from our server looks like below BUT does not include the NEW PASSWORD:

    This is a WP message, not Membership 2 Pro message. It is not supposed to send password but only notify user that his/her password has been changed in order to let him/her now to contact site's admin in case password was changed by someone else (e.g. when user account gets compromised).

    Kind regards,
    Adam

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