Support » Plugin: Update Notifier » [Plugin: Update Notifier] Resetting plugin?

  • Resolved adamf


    I have this plugin (v1.4) installed on two different wordpress installations (both 3.0.1) and I am seeing the same issue on both.

    I keep getting emails saying:

    “It’s time to update the version of WordPress running at ….. from version 2.9.2 to 3.0.”

    They are both at 3.0.1, so I can’t see why this is still happening.

    In addition, on one of the blogs, I keeping getting a notice to update a theme that I deleted a long while back.

    In both cases, it also doesn’t seem to be picking up on new plugins/themes that need updating.

    Is there a way to reset the plugin? I tried uninstalling and reinstalling but that didn’t seem to work. Is there a table somewhere I need to delete (or that is perhaps accidentally locked)?



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  • Ive been having this same problem for months, really annoying.

    Plugin Author Jon Cave


    Sorry for the late reply (have been away).

    Update Notifier takes data from an option saved by WordPress itself (_site_transient_update_core for core updates, similar names for plugins and themes) and should only send a core notification if the current response is ‘upgrade’. As far as I can tell, if you’re receiving emails from Update Notifier then you should also be seeing yellow update nags in the admin area (though I assume this isn’t the case). Unfortunately I am unable to replicate this problem, though will continue looking for a potential way this could happen.

    What would be useful is if I could get administrative access to an install where this is occurring (if this is not possible then I would ask for the information I would try to look at myself). Either way could you drop me an email: updatenotifier AT

    Thanks for reporting, hopefully I can sort this out.

    Plugin Author Jon Cave


    Should be fixed as of 1.4.1

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