Jun 282015
 

WordPress Simple Membership Email Settings shows you how to setup your emails for your clients notifications when they register and more.

Last Updated: December 2, 2019

Latest News: Updated the information.

In this post you will learn how to manage and set up your e-mail notifications sent to your members and administrators. These instruction cover the following notifications.

Email Settings

  • (Prompt to Complete Registration)
  • (Registration Complete)
  • (Password Reset)
  • (Account Upgrade Notification)
  • (Bulk Account Activate Notification)

Note: All the e-mail settings below allow you to add different email shortocdes. The following URL email-merge-tags-email-shortcodes-for-email-customization has a list of all the different shortcodes you can use in the settings.

WordPress Simple Membership Email Settings

Step 1 ) Go to WP Membership -> Settings -> Email Settings -> Email Misc. Settings and complete the following options as illustrated in the image below.

Email Misc. Settings

  • From Email Address = Note: If you enter your e-mail address like yourname@domain.com or a different e-mail like gmail, Hotmail, yahoo etc the new subscriber will receive in their inbox an e-mail with WordPress in the inbox. If you want your company name to appear in the inbox then you need to type the following, make sure you include the greater > and less than < symbols like this. Your Company Name <yourname@domain.com>
  • Allow HTML in Emails  = Enables HTML support in emails. We recommend using plain text (non HTML) email as it has better email delivery rate.

wordpress-simple-membership-email-misc-settings

Troubleshooting

Q1 My organization uses GSuite for its emails. Let’s say our domain is xyz.org. If the user’s email address is john@xyz.org they don’t get the password reset email. If the user’s email address is something like john.smith@gmail.com, they DO receive the email.

Answer: The solution to the problem above was the server’s email routing. It was set to Local Mail Exchanger instead of Remote Mail Exchanger.

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Step 2 )  The following image Email Settings (Prompt to Complete Registration) allows you to set up the following options.

Email Settings (Prompt to Complete Registration)

  • Email Subject
  • Email Body

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Email Settings (Registration Complete)

Step 3 )  The following image Email Settings (Registration Complete) allows you to set up the following options.

Email Settings (Registration Complete) Options

  • Email Subject
  • Email Body

Note: In version 3.6.1 a new filter was added. This filter allows you to block or stop the e-mail to be sent to the registered person. You can read more about how to use the filter in the following URL simple-membership-miscellaneous-php-tweaks.

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Admin Email Notification Settings

Step 4 )  The next steps allows you to set up the following options.

  • Send Notification To Admin
  • Admin Email Address = You can put multiple e-mail address separated by a comma ( , ).
  • Admin Notification Email Subject
  • Admin Notification Email Body = This allows you to configure the e-mail message received by the admin.
  • Send Email To Member When Added Via Admin Dashboard

Note: Too many users in the forum complaint about the message received by the admin when someone registers. The password is also included. This new feature Admin Notification Email Body resolves this issue by allowing the admin to received a customized message.

In the above admin custom e-mail you can add any email tag you want in the body. This allows you to choose whether or not to include the  {password} tag. If you exclude the password tag the new member will still receive the password in their email as pointed out above in Step 2 ) Email Settings (Registration Complete).

Email Settings (Password Reset)

Step 5 ) The following image Email Settings (Password Reset) allows you to set up the following options.

Email Settings (Password Reset) Options

  • Email Subject
  • Email Body

wordpress-simple-membership-email-password-reset

Email Settings (Account Upgrade Notification)

Step 6 ) The following image Email Settings (Account Upgrade Notification) allows you to set up the following options.

Email Settings (Account Upgrade Notification) Options

  • Email Subject
  • Email Body
  • Disable Email Notification After Upgrade
  • Click on Save Changes when you finish with the settings

wordpress-simple-membership-email-settings-account-upgrade-new

Email Settings (Bulk Account Activate Notification)

Step 7 ) The following image Email Settings (Bulk Account Activate Notification) allows you to set up the following options.

Email Settings (Bulk Account Activate Notification) Options

  • Email Subject
  • Email Body
  • Click on Save Changes when you finish with the settings

wordpress-simple-membership-email-settings-bulk-account

Email Settings (Email Activation)

Step 8 ) The following image Email Settings (Email Activation) allows you to set up the following options.

Email Settings (Email Activation) Options

  • Email Subject
  • Email Body
  • Click on Save Changes when you finish with the settings

FAQ / Troubleshoot

Q1 I am having issues with my e-mail. What can I do to fix this?

Answer: Click on the following link email sending issues on your site to view some troubleshooting steps.

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The above instructions will help you manage your e-mail settings.

Click on the following URL Tools to continue with the settings.

If you have any questions please let me know.

Enjoy.

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

  2 Responses to “WordPress Simple Membership Email Settings”

  1. Tried this BT emails r not gnh

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