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Would disabling the BuddyPress registration process and falling back on WordPress one’s by creating a custom registration form help avoid the need to sync BuddyPress to WordPress profile? – as I interpreted from here – http://stackoverflow.com/questions/15379839/registration-form-in-buddypress. Thanks.
@danbp – thanks for the headsup. It’s good to know this was thought upon and discussed about 2 years back. I searched all around but couldn’t find a fix to the problem. 🙁
Thanks @shanebp – this is good. Just what I need.
One question – is it safe to use a plugin that is not updated for the last three years?
@djpaul you’re right that there’s no point sending emails to spammers, and I’m not concerned about them.
I use this feature as a tool to manage non-splogger members of the community. For that purpose, I also have another suggestion:
a) If a member can be sent an email X number of days after registration (one-time or periodically). Or,
b) If an email can be sent only after a member has been inactive for X number of days.
These steps can also be used to honor/reward the active/regular members of the community.
I wonder if such cases/instances can be tracked and any email situations be created for them.
@shanebp – yes, the repair tool/reinstall emails worked. Thanks.
@imath – this didn’t solve my problem. It remains the same as I had mentioned in https://buddypress.org/support/topic/buddypress-2-5-0-medici/ (no trigger situations seen).