Modify the email sent when a new WordPress site is created
We need to modify the email that is sent to customers, when a new WordPress site is created. I am attaching an example of the email:
Your new WordPress site has been successfully set up at:
You can log in to the administrator account with the following information:
Password: The password you chose during installation.
Log in here: https://<site>/wordpress/wp-login.php
We hope you enjoy your new site. Thanks!
An edit function should be implemented or the ability to be completely disabled. It must be. It is embarrassing at this point.
Feedback from Plesk support:
The notifications are sent via wp_new_blog_notification function, which is a built-in WordPress function.
This is an official description of the function:
Sends an email with wp_mail to the new administrator that the site setup is complete, and provides them with a record of their login credentials.
It is not possible to change it by creating a predefined template for WordPress since each time a new WordPress site is created, the templates are downloaded from wordpress.org and then deployed.
Where can we report this bug?
Jay Everall commented
Yes, this email needs to be either edited or suppressed; if this is a part of the WordPress upgrade script, the script should be modified to be compatible with the WordPress Toolkit.
At present, every new automatic install created by the toolkit sends this email with the line "The password you chose during installation" which is incorrect and confusing; WP installs provisioned with new subscriptions get a random password assigned, a password is not 'chosen' in these cases.