Hi WordPress Dev-Team,
i got the following feature-request:
The function “wp_new_user_notification()” is defined in /wp-includes/pluggable.php and fires an e-mail to the newly registered user (@wp-login.php: function register_new_user; @/wp-admin/includes/user.php: function edit_user). My problem is now, that i only see newly registered users receiving e-mails when the get registered with wp-login.php … a lot of people told me, that this would be normal wp-behaviour (which i don´t believe). If it´s that way, i would like to post a feature request: Please change this behaviour, because it makes no sense OR make a selection if you want to get e-mails send, when the admin registers new users.
I´m asking for this, because i got some projects, where i use wordpress primary as a cms or data-management system. If you know have to register some dozen new users (who shouldn´t have access to the admin-area), you have to keep “everybody can register” marked and permanently switch between registration on the homepage and user-editing in the admin-area.
PLEASE! Change this! Thanks a lot! (i still love wordpress 🙂
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