Custom E-mail2016-10-16T19:50:54+00:00

Custom E-mail

The Custom E-mail extension provides a simple interface for you to customize all login/registration system e-mail messages. Any field left blank within the settings for this extension will utilize the WordPress default settings. The different system e-mail messages are broken down into sub-tabs visible when viewing the E-mail tab of the WP Login and/or WPS Pro Login settings page. If you do not see the E-mail tab while viewing the WP Login and/or WPS Pro Login settings page, see Managing Extensions to enable the extension.

General FieldsCustom E-mails

All of the customizable e-mail messages will use most of the following fields. For the sake of less redundancy, all of them will be centrally listed here.

To

Some admin e-mail messages allow you to specify where they should be sent. You may enter a single e-mail address or multiple e-mail addresses by separating them with a comma. Defaults to the E-mail address setting within the WordPress Settings General screen

From Name

All e-mail messages allow you to specify a name in which to send from. This will appear as the from name in the user’s inbox. Defaults to “WordPress”.

From E-mail

All e-mail messages allow you to specify an e-mail address in which to send from. This will appear as the from e-mail address in the user’s inbox. Defaults to “”.

E-mail Format

All e-mail messages allow you to specify a format in which to send. This can be either “Plain Text” or “HTML”. Select “HTML” only if you will use markup within the message. Defaults to “Plain Text”.

Subject

All e-mail messages allow you to customize the message subject. You may utilize any of the available variables here.

Message

All e-mail messages allow you to customize the message body. You may utilize any of the available variables here.

Disable Admin Notification

Some admin e-mail messages are able to be disabled. Simply check this box to disable sending of these particular e-mail messages.

Available Variables

All of the customizable e-mail messages allow usage of variables within the subject and message body. For the sake of less redundancy, all of them will be centrally listed here. This is not a complete list. You can also access any available variable from the get_userdata() function (if it’s a user-related message) and the bloginfo() function using the %variable% syntax.

%blogname%
The title of your blog/site.

%siteurl%
The URL of your site.

%loginurl%
The login URL of your site.

%reseturl%
The user-specific password reset URL.

%user_login%
The user login of the user who triggered the message.

%user_email%
The e-mail address of the user who triggered the message.

%user_pass%
The password of the user who triggered the message.

%user_ip%
The IP address of the user who triggered the message.

New User

User Notification

This e-mail message will be sent to a new user upon registration. Please be sure to include the variable %user_pass% if using default passwords or else the user will not know their password!

Admin Notification

This e-mail message will be sent to the e-mail address or addresses specified in the To field, upon new user registration.

Retrieve Password

This e-mail message will be sent to a user when they attempt to recover their password. Please be sure to include the variable %reseturl% or else the user will not be able to recover their password!

Reset Password

User Notification

This e-mail will be sent to a user upon successful password recovery. Please be sure to include the variable %user_pass% if using default passwords or else the user will not know their password!

Admin Notification

This e-mail will be sent to the e-mail address or addresses specified in the To field, upon user password change.