Although quite rare, if the registration key emailed to the user has periods, these may cause the user to get the “Invalid Key” message. I fixed it by changing periods in the key to ‘%2E’. In the test key, it had a period at the very end of the key (and was part of the key), which (In outlook) is not sent when clicking on the link.
To fix it, on umSupportProModel.php line 440, I modified the code to have the line:
‘key’ => str_replace(“.”, “%2E”, urlencode( $hash )),
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