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How to Change Message for User Registration in Drupal

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Follow These Steps to Change Message for User Registration in Drupal

In order to change the emails your website users receive upon registration, account activation, password recover and etc. you may edit Drupal module called “Users”. In Drupal 7, module edit is available directly from administration account over the web browser. Simply login as an Admin user and open “Modules” page. Scroll down until you find “User” module and click “Configure” next to it, see the image below:

drupal-module-users

After pressing “Configure” option you will need to select “Account settings” to open the configuration window:

drupal account settings

After selecting “Account settings” scroll down to the section “E-mails“, where you will be able to edit all possible e-mails sent by the CMS:

drupal emails settings

Make all the necessary changes and save the data to enable new email messages sent to your users.

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