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Setting the ActiveMember360 Templates for emails
Setting the ActiveMember360 Templates for emails

Depending upon your configuration ActiveMember360 will use a maximum of three email templates to send emails from WordPress using the standard WordPress wp_mail function.

The templates and their purpose are:

Password Reminder Email

Configure the ActiveMember360 Templates for Password Reminder Email
Configure the ActiveMember360 Templates for Password Reminder Email
  1. Specify the From Name name.

    This takes preference over the Default "Mail From" name specified in ActiveMember360, Settings, Mailing, Default "Mail From" name.

    Default: As set in ActiveMember360, Settings, Mailing, Default "Mail From" name

  2. Specify the From Mail address.

    This takes preference over the Default "Mail From" address specified in ActiveMember360, Settings, Mailing, Default "Mail From" address.

    Default: As set in ActiveMember360, Settings, Mailing, Default "Mail From" address

  3. Specify the Subject for the email.

    Default: [xxx] Your username and password info

    where xxx is as defined in WordPress, Settings, General, Site Title.

  4. Specify the Message for the email.

    You can use the following placeholders in your email message/template:

    • %login_url%
    • %user_login%
    • %user_password%

    Default:

    Login at: %login_url%
    Username: %user_login%
    Password: %user_password%
  5. Click Save Settings to ensure your template changes are saved.

Login Credentials Email

Configure the ActiveMember360 Templates for Login Credentials Email
Configure the ActiveMember360 Templates for Login Credentials Email
  1. Set Send login credentials to Yes/On or No/Off as required.

  2. Specify the From Name name.

    This takes preference over the Default "Mail From" name specified in ActiveMember360, Settings, Mailing, Default "Mail From" name.

    Default: As set in ActiveMember360, Settings, Mailing, Default "Mail From" name

  3. Specify the From Mail address.

    This takes preference over the Default "Mail From" address specified in ActiveMember360, Settings, Mailing, Default "Mail From" address.

    Default: As set in ActiveMember360, Settings, Mailing, Default "Mail From" address

  4. Specify the Subject for the email.

    Default: [xxx] Your username and password info

    where xxx is as defined in WordPress, Settings, General, Site Title.

  5. Specify the Message for the email.

    You can use the following placeholders in your email message/template:

    • %login_url%
    • %user_login%
    • %user_password%

    Default:

    Login at: %login_url%
    Username: %user_login%
    Password: %user_password%
  6. Click Save Settings to ensure your template changes are saved.

New User Email

Configure the ActiveMember360 Templates for New User Email
Configure the ActiveMember360 Templates for New User Email
  1. Specify the From Name name.

    This takes preference over the Default "Mail From" name specified in ActiveMember360, Settings, Mailing, Default "Mail From" name.

    Default: As set in ActiveMember360, Settings, Mailing, Default "Mail From" name

  2. Specify the From Mail address.

    This takes preference over the Default "Mail From" address specified in ActiveMember360, Settings, Mailing, Default "Mail From" address.

    Default: As set in ActiveMember360, Settings, Mailing, Default "Mail From" address

  3. Specify the Subject for the email.

    Default: [xxx] Your username and password info

    where xxx is as defined in WordPress, Settings, General, Site Title.

  4. Specify the Message for the email.

    You can use the following placeholders in your email message/template:

    • %login_url%
    • %user_login%
    • %user_password%

    Default:

    Login at: %login_url%
    Username: %user_login%
    Password: %user_password%
  5. Click Save Settings to ensure your template changes are saved.