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  • Try disabling other plugins and use the default theme.

    I had only two other plugins installed: Contact Form 7, and Really Simple Captcha.

    I disabled those. The theme is the default installed with WP v3.3.1: Twenty Eleven 1.3 by the WordPress team.

    My site is setup for pages, not a blog, and for now I have only one page.

    I had TML installed as a widget. I removed that and added the Login page, which I think is added when TML is installed, but regardless, it has only this for content: [theme-my-login], and its title “Login.”

    I made sure that uses the Twenty Eleven 1.3 default template, and the same for my home (only other) page.

    The user’s Lost Password email still contains my WP url,, which is the directory where my WP is installed.

    What do you have under dashboard/users for email address?

    There’s my address as the admin, and a test user address. I don’t want to publish those here. I appreciate your offer to help, but how would publishing those two email addresses here help to debug this?

    No, no. You don’t need to publish them. All I wanted to know if it was a valid email address. That is where wp would get the correct address to for lost password.

    You removed TML but are still using it’s login page? Can you post a site url?

    [edit]This link might help, Jeff replied above and he would be the guy who knows all about that plugin.

    No, I didn’t remove TML: TML is what is being tested (with all other plugins removed) and I am attempting to find out why the Lost Password feature of TML in my basic WP 3.3.1 install is using the WordPress Address (URL) instead of the Site Address (URL) because TML is using the network_site_url() function.

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