Yes, technically it is possible. Normally the user gets a email that his Account got created. Doe the original idea of the plugin, it creates a fake-email address, if no real one is provided. Therefore the email notifications are deactivated by default.
I’m thinking about to create a options page in future updates. So a option like this would be possible to implement. I add this to the feature list. Thanks!
Great to hear that it will added as a feature one day.
The scenario for us is:
A new customer calls in and an order is taken over the phone. We capture their email address as we create the order, where they can log in later and see their order via our website.
Currently, an account for the customer is created, but they don’t receive any email to set their password. So when they go to log in, they have to press “Forgot password”, even though they never set one. This then allows them to log in. But no instruction to do this is present, leading to confusion..
Update 1.1 is out with the requested feature.
I’ve created it in a way that the complete login credentials get send to the new customer. The mail looks like one from Woocommerce. If you override the WC templates, this email will be affected as well. Therefore you can easily change the design of the mail.
Try it and let me know!
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