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  • in reply to: Invalid recaptcha #9065

    aski
    Member

    Hi Sourov,
    any news on this?
    Thanks,
    Alex

    in reply to: Password reset: No email sent to user #9064

    aski
    Member

    Hi Sourov,
    any additional diagnosis with the WP Mail SMTP plugin?
    The WP Mail SMTP developer said they tested with the Free version of User Meta and had no issues.
    Anything I can tell them in addition?

    in reply to: Invalid recaptcha #9060

    aski
    Member

    Hi,
    I will set up a temp admin using password:
    The rest I’ll send you via email.
    Please be aware this is a live site when you do some testing.
    Thanks!

    in reply to: Password reset: No email sent to user #9059

    aski
    Member

    Hi Sourov,

    I do not user any other reset password or registration plugins.
    It has been working flawlessly for a long time but now it does not anymore.
    I just tried the override function from the Add-ons anyway: No change, unfortunately.

    Thanks,
    Alex

    in reply to: Password reset: No email sent to user #9053

    aski
    Member

    Hi,

    is there still support around here?
    Sorry for being a little impatient. 🙂

    Regards,
    Ale

    in reply to: User registration from another plugin #2734

    aski
    Member

    that’s it.

    in reply to: Plugin Acknowledgement #2733

    aski
    Member

    here’s the code …

    global $userMeta;
    global $em_temp_user_data;
    $user_id = $em_temp_user_data['user_id'];
    $user = new WP_User($user_id);

    $registration = $userMeta->getSettings( ‘registration’ );
    $user_activation = $registration[ ‘user_activation’ ];

    if( in_array( $user_activation, array( ’email_verification’, ‘both_email_admin’ ) ) )
    {

    $login = $userMeta->getSettings( ‘login’ );
    if( !$login[ ‘login_page’ ] ) return;

    $hash = get_user_meta( $user->ID, $userMeta->prefixLong . ’email_verification_code’, true );
    if( !$hash ){
    $hash = wp_hash_password( $user->user_email );
    update_user_meta( $user->ID, $userMeta->prefixLong . ’email_verification_code’, $hash );
    }

    $url = get_permalink( $login[ ‘login_page’ ] );
    $url = add_query_arg( array(
    ‘action’ => ’email_verification’,
    ’email’ => $user->user_email,
    ‘key’ => urlencode( $hash ),
    ), $url);

    echo ‘Bitte verifiziere Deine Email-Adresse über diesen Link: Email-Addresse verifizieren‘;
    }
    else if( in_array( $user_activation, array( ‘admin_approval’, ‘both_email_admin’ ) ) )
    {
    echo ‘Ein Administrator muss Dein Konto noch aktivieren.’;
    }

    in reply to: Plugin Acknowledgement #2732

    aski
    Member
    in reply to: Wrong message when activating user #2731

    aski
    Member

    Update: I switched the error texts in umSupportProModel.php as a workaround, but there seem to be more things wrong in this corner of coding.
    User Auto-Activation: works fine
    User Activation by verifying Email: works fine
    User Activation by admin approval: seems to work fine. Have not tested it enough.
    User Activation by verifying Email and admin approval: User gets automatically activated without approval of admin and without email verification.

    in reply to: Plugin Acknowledgement #2729

    aski
    Member

    Here’s the solution, found it out by myself:

    Modify the file
    wp-content/plugins/events-manager/templates/emails/new-user.php

    Include the following code into new-user.php:

    —> see next reply to the post <—

    Save new-user.php to the following path:
    wp-content/themes//plugins/events-manager/emails

    If the path does not exist, create it.

    Done.

    Then you will be fine registering accounts from within the “events manager” plugin.

    Alex

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