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[Resolved] multisite buddypress hijacks notification system

  • i am running buddypress on one of the subsites in my wordpress multisite network.

    once installing buddypress, all internal notifications are now from the site which effectively uses buddypress.

    i had to define the default site for buddypress in the wp-config.php file since it is not the root site.

    how do i have all notifications come from wordpress as it used to?

    notifications that are affected for example are: new site additions to the network, comment notifications from any site in the network, etc.

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  • Did you network activate BuddyPress?

    http://buddypress.org/support/topic/install-bp-in-a-sub-blog/ – I know you can do this, but it’s a question you may want to ask on buddypress.org

    yes, i did network activate it.

    thank you for that link. when i installed it originally it had to be network activated.

    now i can use it locally on that one sub site and see if that fixes anything.

    i did ask on buddypress.org too, but sadly no response 🙁


    Well if you network activate it, then it’s network activated and that’s what you get. You’ve been able to per-site activate BP for … about 3 years now?

    ah, well i feel silly 🙂

    the tutorial i followed stressed the importance of network activating or else it would malfunction, but either way i was able to activate it successfully on one blog.

    i will close this topic if i can prove that it solved the email notification issue.

    thanks for your help!

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