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Thank you for posting this. I’m planning to use it.
Could you possibly explain what the “do not exclude in admin” test is doing?
Thanks so much!
I have the same issue also, and have for a while. I’m using BuddyPress and bbPress. I also have a bit of custom code, but I don’t *think* it should affect the [x]. I see that no one appears to be getting an answer about this, but I just though I’d chime in 🙂
We seem to be talking past each other. I’m looking in the WP usermeta table. I’m having trouble identifying the buddypress entries which control notifications. I’m not talking about a table that starts with bp_ I’m talking about entries in usermeta with a meta_key that starts with bp_ (sorry, I guess I wasn’t clear about that).
Maybe looking for meta_keys with bp_ is not the right way to find what I’m after. But if there is any documentation that describes how notification status is stored I would just like to see it. If this is a case where I have to simply read the code, so be it. I was just hoping for a quick pointer to exactly where I could look in the database to find out what BP notifications a user has turned on.
Again, sorry if I didn’t make that clear.
Is there any documentation on the details? I see a number of things that start with bp_ but nothing that is obviously a flag to tell whether various notifications are turned on.
Am I missing something? I would have thought that would change the from address of all outgoing mail, not just notifications from BuddyPress?
I can’t really test $original_email_address because BP is not using a unique from address to start with.
But perhaps I’m confused about something?
I believe I should have put this in the How To and Troubleshooting forum. But after posting it there, I realize that I can’t delete this post. If one of the admins could delete this duplicate, that would be great.
The buddypress rest api is not installed automatically (like the wordpress api) right?
So if I haven’t specifically installed the BP REST API then I can just update normally in my next scheduled site maintenance, correct? Just checking.
I see something like this also. If I click on “Howdy, Mike Witt” or my name in the drop down, it tries to take me to wp-admin/profile.php. But if I go further down in the drop down to the “left opening” menus, those work.
I took a quick look in track, but anything I can think of to search on gets too many hits to wade through. I wonder if anyone who knows more could comment on whether this is a known bug in the BP forum or if it means there’s something odd about my account.
Those are both good suggestions. Thanks!
I’ll have to see what the boss wants to do.