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Register Email 3.6

Sends an email to the admin after a new user registration sign up.

  1. AndyB
    Compatible XF Versions:
    • 1.2
    • 1.3
    • 1.4
    • 1.5

    Sends an email to the admin with information about a new registration sign up. This add-on is typically used on forums which have new user registration moderation and allows the admin to gain additional information to help identify spam registrations.

    (Example email)


    (Example of Options page)


    • Email sent to admin(s) immediately after completion of registration.
    • Shows custom user fields.
    • Shows location based on IP address.
    • Link to whatismyipaddress for blacklist check.
    • Option to send to multiple admins.
    • All phrases start with registeremail_ for your convenience.
    1. Download registeremail_v3.6.zip and unzip it.
    2. Upload the Andy folder to your server. The correct location is library/Andy.
    3. From your Admin Control Panel, go to the "Install Add-on" page.
    4. Upload the addon-RegisterEmail_v3.6.xml file.
    5. Click the Install Add-on button.
    Questions & Answers:

    Q: What type of Custom User Fields are supported?
    A: Text box only.

    Q: I have modified phrases for my language, what do I do now?
    A: In the Register Email Options indicate the Language ID.

    Q: Is registration by Facebook, Google or Twitter supported?
    A: No.​

    Sending a donation:

    If you like this add-on, please consider sending a small donation.


    Thank you.
    MattW, Saeed, Mehetts and 13 others like this.

Recent Updates

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Recent Reviews

  1. adwade
    Version: 3.4
    WOW, if you moderate your new user registrations (for whatever reason) THIS is THE add-on to assist you in doing so! You'll instantly get an email notice with whatever relevant information you've chosen to help you decide if the new user is legit or not.

    Even if you don't moderate new user registrations, this add-on can still give you a heads-up if something is awry with a new user's answers to any required text-based custom user fields.
  2. davs
    Version: 3.3
    Great addon. I can see while away from pc when someone signs up and even look up their info. Works perfect! Thanks AndyB. Don't forget to donate.
  3. danielmo
    Version: 3.2
    Great plugin for monitoring new registrations. It is nice to have the safety blanket of knowing that all is working well with the sign-up process.
  4. 51463
    Version: 3.1
    I love this add-on! It sends me an email when a new member registers on my forum. And what i love about it, is that it shows all of their information including their ip address and location and it even has a link to their profile. I find this extremely useful.
    tank you sir!! 5 stars!!
  5. Wasserlasser
    Version: 3.1
    Works as it should. Installed it in XF 1.5 and I am receiving all Emails as expected. Thanks for taking the time to get this done and making it available to us.
  6. Miguel Dias
    Miguel Dias
    Version: 3.1
    This is a simple plugin that help a lot managing users and keeping a eye on the suspicious registrations behavior, something that should be in core in my optinion.
  7. eldelementez
    Version: 2.9
    Simple feature that should have been included in XenForo at the start. Works exactly as described and the developer is extremely quick to fix any niggles.
  8. ehd
    Version: 2.8
    That's a great add-on to always be immediatley informed who signs up. It has more features than unmaintained ones that cost money. And above all it's very easy to customize. Thanks alot!
  9. thomas1
    Version: 2.2
    A simple, yet excellent add-on! Coming from vBulletin it was a feature I missed dearly. Very useful, even when you are not moderating new sign-ups. Thank you!
  10. Fred.
    Version: 2.1
    Very Useful and works perfect. Thanks Andy.
    Good support, and Andy is always open for suggestions to Improve the add-on. Good stuff! :-)
    I'm happy with the result.