Changes the default address that WordPress uses to send emails to the one set in Settings > General.
Whenever a user signed up on my website they got a confirmation email from 'WordPress' <email@example.com>. This was confusing for my users since they usually have no idea/don't care what software my website is built with.
I had given up searching for a plugin that would override this behaviour. Every plugin I tried interfered with my Contact Form 7 from headers, or they tried to take over my whole registration process with a huge amount of options.
I gave up and started writing my own code into my theme's functions.php file. It worked great and I was about to export it to a separate plugin when I found this solution. Now I don't have to.
This solution is very simple and elegant. It only overrides the name 'WordPress' and the email 'wordpress@', so it doesn't interfere with CF7 or other plugins that use wp_mail(). Just set it and forget it.
Great work, thank you!
Needed a quick solution and this delivered.
Sem nada a apontar, cumpriu sem problemas.
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