Notifies administrator (site_mail) of new user registrations. Starting with Version 1.2 you can now define both the address it goes to and the subject and messages emailed. Starting with 1.8 you can get emails when someone updates their profile as well. Starting with 1.11 you can use actual profile pieces not just a list of them all. Example if you have a profile_name you would insert in the template !profile_name and the value of profile_name will be inserted.

Version 1.2 has a bug in the profile code. Please upgrade to the latest version. When upgrading from 1.2. Please going into admin/settings/register_notify and reset to default.

Drupal 7

I did an alpha release of the project it seems to be working fine but needs some testing before I will say it is ready for prime time. It continue support for Profile and OG but I need to add support for Profile2.


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