I am trying to use subscribe2 as a way for two people to discuss a topic in private without learning each other’s email.
A button on my web site creates a new post in a category party #1 is subscribed to. Party #2 (the one that clicked the button) can then leave a comment to this new (and private) post with an automatic subscription to the post. Now when either party posts a comment each receives an email about the new update.
It all works, the only issue is party #1 receives two emails at first. One about the new post and one about the new comment from party#2. I need to block that first email. Not only is it confusing to get two emails but party#1 will get an email every time anyone clicks the button, even if party#2 does not leave a comment.
I tried modifying the PHP code to block the email if comment_count == 0 but I couldn’t get it to work. I don’t know enough about wordpress databases.
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