This email is sent to a new user when they are simultaneously invited or added to a group.
This email streamlines group registration process by sending only one email when a new account is created in PageSeeder and the user is invited or added to a group at the same time.
If the user was invited to the group, they must accept the invitation using the link provided in the email before they become a group member. Until then, they appear as a ‘pending’’ member of the group.
It is also possible for a user to accept an invitation directly through the PageSeeder user interface.
This message sets the following headers by default:
|Inviter or group, see From address|
|Email address of user|
PageSeeder produces the following XML for the XSLT template:
<notification template="membership-new-member" emaildomain="example.org" hosturl="https://example.org" key="54fds2sd57dgfs21sg" token="ujHidAn9kKjObQuVbl_vLMc9npOjAKj2"> <!-- The new membership --> <membership id="123" email-listed="true" notification="immediate" status="invited" role="reviewer"> <member id="12" firstname="John" surname="Jones" email="email@example.com" username="jjones" status="unactivated"> <fullname>John Jones</fullname> </member> <group id="3" name="acme-test" description="ACME group" owner="acme"></group> </membership> <!-- Member who invited this member to PageSeeder and this group --> <inviter id="77" firstname="Alice" surname="Thomson" email="firstname.lastname@example.org" username="athomson"> <fullname>Alice Thomson</fullname> </inviter> </notification>
token attribute is a base64url string that is different from the key and shouldn’t require URL-escaping.
keyattribute is deprecated and won’t be available in future versions of PageSeeder. It is only provided for legacy templates.
password attribute is no longer included in the message. PageSeeder never discloses passwords by email.
Following is a screenshot of the HTML email: