Follow Emails Sent to Wrong Users with Wrong Info
I just started receiving complaints from site users that they are getting "follow" notification emails that are completely inaccurate. For example, Ryan received an email that says, "Hi Lydia", and informs him that Jim has posted a new comment. Ryan is not Lydia and he does not follow Jim.
How can I prevent this?
Please create two testing users for us and send the login details to info[at]gvectors.com email address.
It'd be better if one of the users will have the admin user group.
Your info@ email address already has access. As you know, I'll need another email address to create a second user.
I've sent you an email to access your User account.
Thank you @scottott,
I've just asked the developers to check the issue. I'll update the topic once I get news for you.
Thank you for providing the login details @scottott,
We've checked many times and don't find such an issue. In our case, everything works fine.
Developers have also checked the wpDiscuz codes one more time and there shouldn't be such an issue.
Please ask the users to leave some screenshots of the email content with such an issue.
It seems there is some additional plugin caused the issue. You should deactivate the plugins one by one and check after each deactivation. I'd suggest you create some staging website for testing purposes.
That seems reasonable, except that I have no idea how to replicate the issue, or to determine if it's been resolved by the deactivation of any particular plugin. Do you know?
I apologize for the late response.
I'm sorry, but the only way to find the problem maker plugin is deactivating the plugins one by one and check after each deactivation.
I've forgotten to let you know about another issue we sow on your website. Sometimes when we tried to log in with the account with support[at]gvectors email (not an admin account) we got 502 error. Please try to login with the non-admin account.