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Last Updated: July 23, 2015

WordPress Business Directory Manage Options Email shows you how to set up E-Mail Notifications, E-Mail Template, Payment related and more.

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This post shows you how to personalize the e-mails sent to customers and clients found under the E-Mail tab. It is important that you write up the correct message before you publish your Business Directory. You might want to spend a bit of time editing your messages. Once this is completed everything will be automated.

WordPress Business Directory Plugin Tutorials

  1. Install and Activate
  2. Manage Options General
  3. Manage Options Listings
  4. Manage Options Email
  5. Manage Options Payment
  6. Manage Options Image
  7. Form Fields
  8. Add New Fields
  9. Manage Fees

WordPress Business Directory Manage Options Email Steps

Step 1 ) Go to Directory Admin -> Manage Options to start setting up the plugin. See image below.

wordpress-business-directory-manage-options

Step 2 ) Go to Directory Admin -> Manage Options -> E-Mail to start setting the following options.

wordpress-business-directory-settings-email

General Settings:

  • Display email address fields publicly?
  • How to determine the listing’s email address?

E-Mail Notifications:

  • Notify admin via e-mail when…
  • CC this e-mail address too
  • Notify users via e-mail when…

E-Mail Templates:

  • Email confirmation message
  • Listing published message
  • Listing Contact Message

Payment related:

  • Payment abandoned reminder message

Renewal Reminders:

  • Pending expiration e-mail message
  • Listing Renewal e-mail message
  • Listing auto-renewal reminder (recurring payments)
  • Listing Renewal e-mail message (recurring payments)
  • Renewal reminder e-mail message

Click on the following URL Manage Options Payment to continue with the set up.

I hope this tutorial helps you.

If you have any questions please let me know. I will be updating this post from time to time.

Enjoy

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

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