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Steals wp_mail body/content (2 posts)

  1. Tribulant Software
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Unfortunately it breaks wp_mail() taking any email being sent through wp_mail() and replacing it's body/content with the guest post form.

  2. williamgenske
    Posted 2 years ago #

    I have an issue with a plugin that uses the wp_mail function, which I am trying to solve. Basically the following piece of code will generate an email once a certain condition has been met within the website:

    function simplr_activate_users( $ids = false ) {
    if( !$ids ) {
    if( @$_REQUEST['action'] == 'sreg-activate-selected' AND !empty($_REQUEST['users']) ) {
    simplr_activate_users( $_REQUEST['users'] );
    else {
    global $wpdb,$simplr_options;
    foreach( $ids as $id ) {
    $return = $wpdb->update( $wpdb->users, array( 'user_status'=> 0 ), array( 'ID' => $id ), array('%d'), array('%d') );
    if( !$return ) {
    return new WP_Error( "error", "Benutzer konnte nicht aktiviert werden." );
    $data = (array) get_userdata( $id );
    $data = (array) $data['data'];
    $data['blogname'] = get_option('blogname');
    do_action('simplr_activated_user', $data);
    $subj = simplr_token_replace( $simplr_options->mod_email_activated_subj, $data );
    $content = simplr_token_replace( $simplr_options->mod_email_activated, $data );
    $headers = "From: ".$data['blogname']."<".get_option('admin_email').">\r\n";
    wp_mail( $data['user_email'], $subj, $content);

    The last line of the code "wp_mail( $data['user_email'], $subj, $content);" generates an email with a preset message to the user. I am trying to add a parameter to the email body (or subject), which identifies the email/first_name/last_name of the user who has just registered.

    Any help is greatly appreciated.

    Thank you in advance.

    William Genske

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