WordPress Custom Emails is a wordpress plugin to give you ability to control your default wordpress emails subject and body. Even a non-programmer can use it easily to define email language. Easy way to change sender’s name and email information and configure SMTP settings to send a secure email using your wordpress website.

Customize core emails

With the help of ‘Placeholder’ you can customize core emails. Just use readymade placeholder to customize core emails.
Once the plugin is uploaded and activated, Now you’ll see WP Custom Emails menu within your WordPress admin.

Step 1In the WP Custom Emails plugin, click on Settings Page.

WordPress Custom Emails are devided into following sections which are given below

  1. Registration Email Settings
  2. Password Reset Request Email
  3. Author Notification Email
  4. Moderator Notification Email
  5. Admin Notification Email
  6. Email Settings

1. Registration Email Settings

It describes about email login credentials to a newly-registered user. When a new user register you can customize welcome mail for user. On this screen, you can edit the email a new user receives upon signup. Simply go to the ‘Registration Email Settings’ section, and you will see the option to change the email subject, and customize the email sent to the user in the box below.

There are a number of placeholder available which you can use in your Registration Email Settings. Some of these placeholders are:
{username}, {sitename}, {siteurl}, {admin_email}, {email}, {user_nicename}, {user_registered}, {user_status}, {display_name}, {user_nicename}, {first_name}, {last_name} and {reset_link}

2. Password Reset Request Email

When a user reset password a notification send to the user to change password. Admin can customize the body and subjects to reset password. On this screen you can edit the email change password. Simply go to the ‘Password Reset Request Email’ section, and you will see the option to change the email subject, and customize the email sent to the user in the box below.


There are a number of placeholder available which you can use in your Password Reset Request Email . Some of these placeholders are:
{username}, {sitename}, {siteurl}, {admin_email}, {email}, {user_nicename}, {user_registered}, {user_status}, {display_name}, {user_nicename}, {first_name}, {last_name} and {reset_link}

3. Author Notification Email

Notify an author (and/or others) of a comment/trackback/pingback on a post. You can customize the body and subjects to author notification mail when someone comment or pingback on a post. Simply go to the ‘Author Notification Email’ section, and you will see the option to change the email subject, and customize the author notification email in the box below.

There are a number of placeholder available which you can use in your Author Notification Email. Some of these placeholders are:
{post_title}, {post_link}, {post_date}, {post_excerpt}, {comment_count}, {comment_content}, {comment_type}, {comment_date}, {comment_author_url}, {comment_author_email}, {comment_author}, {comment_author_IP} and {comment_author_domain}

4. Moderator Notification Email

Notifies the moderator of the blog about a new comment that is awaiting approval. Normaly, when a comment gets submitted to a particular post, the author of that post gets a notification about it. You can change the comment moderation email using readymade placeholdes. Simply go to the ‘Moderator Notification Email’ section, and you will see the option to change the email subject , and customize the body in the box below.


There are a number of placeholder available which you can use in your Moderator Notification Email. Some of these placeholders are:
{post_title}, {post_link}, {post_date}, {post_excerpt}, {comment_count}, {comment_content}, {comment_type}, {comment_date}, {comment_author_url}, {comment_author_email}, {comment_author}, {comment_author_IP}, {comment_author_domain}, {approve_link}, {trash_link}, {delete_link}, {spam_link}, {total_waiting_comments}, {moderation_url}

5. Admin Notification Email

Admin Notification Email will receive an email notification when a user change password. Simply go to the ‘Admin Notification Email’ section, and you will see the option to change the email subject , and customize the body in the box below.

There are a number of placeholder available which you can use in your Admin Notification Email. Some of these placeholders are:
{username},{sitename},{siteurl},{admin_email},{email},{user_nicename},{user_registered},{user_status},{display_name},{user_nicename},{first_name} and {last_name}

6. Email Settings

You can setup email settings in backend in a easy to use interface. Enable SMTP to send emails in secure way.