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Email confirm not working - Paid Membership Pro (2 posts)

  1. tgrrr
    Posted 6 months ago #


    I've extensively tested (56 different tests combinations) PMP with Buddypress on a clean install of WordPress, other plugins off, in debug mode. I've emailed and phoned the developer with no reply.

    Buddypress Version 1.9.1
    PMP Version 1.7.6
    Wordpress 3.8.1

    This plugin has had some email problems previously:


    • Using wordpress@mydomain.com
    • I've tested emails with the plugin wp smtp plugin in both smtp and wpmail(), this works, so it's not my server settings.
    • plugins off
    • clean install of WP 3.8.1
    • With 'Default WP notification email' ticked and unticked.

    It works when Buddypress is uninstalled, because it provides a different signup screen. However, when Buddypress is installed, it does not work. Even beginning with the 'membership-levels' page does not send the confirmation message.

    In other words: there's a bug with Buddypress. Yes, I've read the FAQ that I should find and fix the conflict, or pay for you to do it. This is buddypress though.

    If there was a way to skip pages after signup, free members don't need an invoice, etc, then that would be worth a premium membership.

    Thanks in advance for the resolve,



  2. strangerstudios
    Plugin Author

    Posted 6 months ago #

    P, sorry for the slow reply by phone. Our core team has been away last week.

    We'd like to get the plugin working with BuddyPress in this way. To be clear you'd like:

    1. To be able to use the BuddyPress registration page when PMPro is enabled.

    2. To be able to use the BuddyPress email confirmation option with PMPro enabled.

    3. Use PMPro for paid members only.

    I'll try to find a work around for this. In the meantime, you can try to redirect your members to sign up on the PMPro pages and can offer a free level and use this addon here for email confirmation with PMPro.


    Integrating PMPro with BuddyPress (or BuddyPress alone really) can be a pretty intensive process that requires custom code.


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