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The following Stripe Payments Plugin Email Settings tutorial shows you how to set up the emails settings for the buyer and seller and more.

Last Updated: April 18, 2018

Latest News: I have added more email tags to the documentation.

This tutorial shows you how to customize the e-mail to the seller and buyer. You can also use e-mail tags to customize further the e-mails. There is a field that allows you to customize the subject. You can enable the option to send a receipt to the buyer after they purchase a product successfully.

Stripe Payments Plugin Tutorials:

Stripe Payments Plugin Email Settings

Step 1 ) Go to Stripe Payments -> Settings -> Email Settings as illustrated in the following image to set up the following options.

Stripe Email Settings

  • Send Receipt Email From Stripe
  • Send Emails to Buyer After Purchase

stripe-payments-email-settings

Step 2 ) The following image allows you to set up the following fields.

Stripe Email Settings Part 1

  • From Email Address
  • Buyer Email Subject

stripe-payments-from-email-address-settings

Stripe Buyer Email Body Settings

Step 3 ) The following image Buyer Email Body allows you to customize the buyers e-mail body with additional email tags.

Buyer Email Body Tags

  1. {shipping_address} – Shipping address of the buyer
  2. {billing_address} – Billing address of the buyer
  3. {product_details} – The item details of the purchased product (this will include the download link for digital items)
  4. {transaction_id} – The unique transaction ID of the purchase
  5. {payer_email} – Email Address of the buyer
  6. {purchase_amt} – The amount paid for the current transaction. Example: 1,000.00
  7. {tax} – Tax in percents. Example: 10%
  8. {tax_amt} – Formatted tax amount for single item. Example: $0.25
  9. {shipping_amt} – Formatted shipping amount. Example: $2.50
  10. {purchase_amt_curr} – The amount paid for the current transaction with currency symbol. Example: $1,000.00
  11. {item_price} – Item price. Example: 1000,00
  12. {item_price_curr} – Item price with currency symbol. Example: $1,000.00
  13. {currency} – Currency symbol. Example: $
  14. {currency_code} – 3-letter currency code. Example: USD
  15. {purchase_date} – The date of the purchase
  16. {custom_field} – Custom field name and value (if enabled)

stripe-payments-buyer-email-body-settings

Step 4 ) The following image allows you to enable and set up the following fields.

Stripe Email Settings Part 2

  • Send Emails to Seller After Purchase
  • Notification Email Address
  • Seller Email Subject

stripe-payments-send-email-to-seller-settings

Stripe Seller Email Body Settings

Step 5 )  The following image Seller Email Body allows you to customize the sellers e-mail body with additional email tags.

Buyer Email Body Tags

  1. {shipping_address} – Shipping address of the buyer
  2. {billing_address} – Billing address of the buyer
  3. {product_details} – The item details of the purchased product (this will include the download link for digital items)
  4. {transaction_id} – The unique transaction ID of the purchase
  5. {payer_email} – Email Address of the buyer
  6. {purchase_amt} – The amount paid for the current transaction. Example: 1,000.00
  7. {tax} – Tax in percents. Example: 10%
  8. {tax_amt} – Formatted tax amount for single item. Example: $0.25
  9. {shipping_amt} – Formatted shipping amount. Example: $2.50
  10. {purchase_amt_curr} – The amount paid for the current transaction with currency symbol. Example: $1,000.00
  11. {item_price} – Item price. Example: 1000,00
  12. {item_price_curr} – Item price with currency symbol. Example: $1,000.00
  13. {currency} – Currency symbol. Example: $
  14. {currency_code} – 3-letter currency code. Example: USD
  15. {purchase_date} – The date of the purchase
  16. {custom_field} – Custom field name and value (if enabled)

stripe-payments-seller-email-body-settings

Transaction Error Email Settings

Step 6 ) The following image allows you to enable and set up the following options.

  • Send Email On Payment Failure
  • Send Error Email To
  • Finally when you are happy with your settings click on Save Changes button.

stripe-payments-transaction-error-email-settings

That is all you need to do to set up the email settings in the plugin.

I will be updating this post from time to time. So keep coming back for more.

Enjoy.

Manuel Ballesta RuizManuel Ballesta Ruiz is a web developer, Blogger and WordPress Enthusiast.

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