Email notifications for customers

Usage If you enable WPO365 to create users in Azure AD B2C / Entra External ID (AAD for Customers) from WordPress, then WPO365 can assign a temporary password to the new Azure user. And whenever WPO365 creates a temporary password, it also will send the following email with the temporary password to the user. 


Subject: Welcome to %title of your website%

Hi %display name of the user%,
We have updated our website %title of your website% and made it easier for you to log in.
You can access your account to manage your details, subscriptions, licenses and download purchased downloads at %URL of your customer landing page%.
Please note that you will automatically redirected to %your or address or custom login domain%, where you can now sign in with your email address.
We have created a temporary password %temporary password% for you and you will asked to change it when you first sign in.
We look forward to see you soon!
If you do not what WPO365 to send this email, you can simply configure it to never send the Email notifications for customers
If you want to design your own email notification then you can (ask a developer to) hook into a custom action  wpo365/aad_user/created. This action receives 2 parameters, namely a WP_User object and the temporary password. Please note that, since WPO365 will create the Azure AD B2C / Entra External ID user before the actual WordPress user is created when the user is registering with your website, the WordPress user's ID may be 0. In other cases, for example, when you synchronize or (bulk) send users from WordPress to Azure, the WordPress user's ID will be greater than 0.
Default value When user is forced to change pwd on next


Path WPO365 > User registration

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