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mac , March 03 2009, 23:17
M
mac 103
March 03 2009, 23:17 #25315
Hi!
after registry to get a Joomla user-login, we get a e-mail message to reconfirm. By witch code or on witch position is the link generated that stands in the reconfirm e-mail?
Is it possible to hack this code, so as we are able to assign to which page the user is linking?

Regards
Mac
GreyHead 64
March 04 2009, 05:30 #25327
Hi mac,

From memory it's a standard Joomla message. Check line 115 of the language/en-GB/en-GB.com_user.ini file
SEND_MSG_ACTIVATE=Hello %s,\n\nThank you for registering at %s. Your account is created and must be activated before you can use it.\nTo activate the account click on the following link or copy-paste it in your browser:\n%s\n\nAfter activation you may login to %s using the following username and password:\n\nUsername: %s\nPassword: %s

Bob
ChronoForms technical support
If you'd like to buy me a coffee or two, thank you very much
M
mac 103
March 04 2009, 10:17 #25340
Hi Bob,
in my 'en-GB.com_user.ini' is n%snn written and in the 'de-DE.com_user.ini' %snn why this different, i don't know.
What means 'n%snn' ?
Regards
Mac
GreyHead 64
March 04 2009, 11:22 #25352
Hi mac,

The /n is a newline and %s is a marker that will be replaced by a variable, the comma is a comma - it seems that the English version says "Hello John," and the German says "Hello John"

Bob
ChronoForms technical support
If you'd like to buy me a coffee or two, thank you very much
M
mac 103
March 04 2009, 12:12 #25356
Hi Bob!
Thanks!
The result is: ...copy-paste it in your browser:\n%s\n\n
it is not 'easy' possible to reach that in the reconfirm-mail stands the link to the page of witch the user started his registration.
The message 'your registration is okay' is announced in a new joomla page.

Regards
Mac