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Can anyone tell me where the text of emails such as the 'forgotten password' one comes from? I mean the one that starts
"A request was just submitted to send your <sitename> password for the User <useremail>....."
I can't find a file with this text in it, but I may not be looking in the right place(s)!!
All of these types of template files are located under [site path]\Data\MessageTemplates. The particular ones you are looking for are:
Brilliant - thank you so much!
I was looking in the App_GlobalResources folder...
I have a follow-up question on this. How can I get simple html into the email body? It is just rendering as raw html if I enter it as normal. I've tried replacing < and > with < and > respectively (which works for screen rendered content via resource files) but that is rendered as-is too.
Is this possible?
Add the following to your user.config and then 'touch' the web.config.
<add key="UseHtmlBodyInPasswordRecoveryEmail" value="true" />
Yes, that's exactly what I needed.
Is there an exhaustive list of config keys somewhere in the documentation? It would be a great help - for example I would have been able to spot that this was a configurable option if I'd been able to look through such a list.