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My Drupal site has the following user settings enabled:
- Visitors can create accounts but administrator approval is required.
- Require e-mail verification when a visitor creates an account
Now, I wanted to edit the mail that is sent to the admins when a user requests an account.
Am I overlooking something or is this not possible in the default Drupal UI?
The "_user_mail_text" function in user.module told me that I had to look for a variable "user_mail_register_pending_approval_admin_subject" and "user_mail_register_pending_approval_admin_body" but unlike the other e-mail variables, these variables do not have a form available to change them?
I know it's not that hard to create a custom form to edit the variables but I wanted to make sure this functionality is not hidden somewhere else :)
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