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Theme My Login
Theme My Login - no emails at all (5 posts)

  1. redkite
    Posted 3 years ago #

    On my client's site, Theme My Login won't send out any user registration/admin notice/password change emails. I put Theme My Login on the same site (the development one) on my server, and emails arrive immediately with the same plugins in use.

    I tried disabling all the plugins on my client's site except Theme My Login, to see if something was conflicting, and still no emails.

    I tried adding a new user manually in the backend in the client's site and I did get the emails right away.

    Please help, I don't know what else to try. My client's site:



  2. redkite
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Removed the plugin, may try it again later.

  3. Jeff Farthing
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #

    TML uses the same function as WP core (wp_mail), so there's no reason it shouldn't work.

  4. doncgarner
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Jeff, PLEASE help me TODAY brother, I have a Re-Launch at 12 Midnight Tonight New Years Eve...I can't figure out Where do I put the password code sent to the new member in the autoresponder email field! (The SHort Code)...Also, how do I RESTRICT members from seeing ANY of the WordPress backend and admin panel? I already set the check boxes, and pages in the set up panels, but DON'T know how to add any of them and get them to show up and function like they should. Do I STILL have to manually add the short code to each template or page. And HOW do members get to their profile pages, HOW DO I SET THEM. Do I have to editand create a new page or is there a short code for that. It makes no sense to me. I thought everything was already created, and if I wanted, I could add more question and field on the forms? HELP!!!!

  5. Jeff Farthing
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #

    Not sure what this has to do with the original post...

    You can put the %user_password% code anywhere in the e-mail message template. You can restrict the admin area by activating the Themed Profiles module and checking which roles you wish to block. You don't have to set up anything, it all works out of the box.

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