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Email & Password Updates – Do They Work For You?

AgentPete

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Is anyone succeeding in using XFtoWP in this way, please?

1) Passwords and email addresses do not synchronise to WordPress if changed in Xenforo. Therefore, using the “Disable Email and Password Edit” XF plugin to prevent and redirect users changing emails and passwords in Xenforo.

2) Users change their email addresses in WordPress. This is *sometimes* correctly synced to Xenforo – and sometimes not. Very hard to see what’s making the difference.

3) Users change their passwords in WordPress. This is *never* correctly synced to Xenforo.


Purchased XFtoWP 12 days ago – not had any response to any support request.

Was assured by the owner in a pre-purchase question in Xenforo forum that it would work well with MemberPress, so on the basis of that assurance bought MemberPress. It’s not working.

I don’t mean to be hard on the owner. But I now have hundreds of dollars of software purchases that are useless. As I wrote to him privately - “ I'm sure you're really busy - but I do need to know this is at least on your agenda.”

If anyone can shed any light on this problem it would be much appreciated.
 
Hi @AgentPete, thank you for posting to the forums and sincere apologies for the delayed response. To answer your questions:

1) Passwords and email addresses do not synchronise to WordPress if changed in Xenforo. Therefore, using the “Disable Email and Password Edit” XF plugin to prevent and redirect users changing emails and passwords in Xenforo.
Unfortunately the scope of the user syncing doesn't happen in this scenario. Since the plugin lives on the WordPress side, it specializes in tracking actions that happen from WordPress and syncing them over to XenForo.

The goal of the "Disable Email and Password Edit" addon is to direct users from XenForo to the account area pages in WordPress so they update their user credentials over there, which XFtoWP will then ensure the username/email/password changes sync.

2) Users change their email addresses in WordPress. This is *sometimes* correctly synced to Xenforo – and sometimes not. Very hard to see what’s making the difference.
3) Users change their passwords in WordPress. This is *never* correctly synced to Xenforo.

I assume you have the WP admin > XFtoWP > User syncing > Sync user edit email and password changes setting enabled. This will detect the user account changes MemberPress account page and the WP register page at wp-register.php.

You have also mentioned that you ran the bulk user syncing, which means all WP users have a connected XF account? This is important as sync actions can only run when there are two users connected to each other.

Purchased XFtoWP 12 days ago – not had any response to any support request.

Was assured by the owner in a pre-purchase question in Xenforo forum that it would work well with MemberPress, so on the basis of that assurance bought MemberPress. It’s not working.

I don’t mean to be hard on the owner. But I now have hundreds of dollars of software purchases that are useless. As I wrote to him privately - “ I'm sure you're really busy - but I do need to know this is at least on your agenda.”

If anyone can shed any light on this problem it would be much appreciated.
My response time has been slow this summer but I am getting back into the swing of things and catching up with all of you guys. Sorry again for the delay but I want to see this plugin help you succeed.
 
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My response time has been slow this summer but I am getting back into the swing of things and catching up with all of you guys. Sorry again for the delay but I want to see this plugin help you succeed.
I’m really sorry, Alex, but I’m getting to my wit’s end on this.

It’s nearly three weeks since purchase. Password changes in WP do not sync to XF.

We really need this to work.

I will pay for your assistance on this.

Can you please respond?
 
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If anyone can help with this, I’d really appreciate it. We’ve been patiently waiting for three weeks now after purchase to get this plugin working as advertised.

Before buying, I asked this question in the Xenforo forum and got this answer:
Screenshot 2023-07-18 at 10-37-36 XFtoWP - XenForo to WordPress integration Paid.png
While the answer is narrowly correct, the fact is that passwords once initially set by the user do not then update to Xenforo when changed in WordPress.

Also, the “Forum login page ID” feature doesn’t work either.

I have no way of fixing this and, other than the above post from Alex, have had no contact whatsoever from him. Even just an acknowledgement saying something like “sorry, there’s a lot going on in my life atm, I aim to give you my attention in x days”.

But nothing. Feels like I’m being ghosted, to be honest.

If anyone here can assist with the above problem it would be most appreciated.
 
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If anyone can help with this, I’d really appreciate it. We’ve been patiently waiting for three weeks now after purchase to get this plugin working as advertised.

Before buying, I asked this question in the Xenforo forum and got this answer:
View attachment 4246
While the answer is narrowly correct, the fact is that passwords once initially set by the user do not then update to Xenforo when changed in WordPress.

Also, the “Forum login page ID” feature doesn’t work either.

I have no way of fixing this and, other than the above post from Alex, have had no contact whatsoever from him. Even just an acknowledgement saying something like “sorry, there’s a lot going on in my life atm, I aim to give you my attention in x days”.

But nothing. Feels like I’m being ghosted, to be honest.

If anyone here can assist with the above problem it would be most appreciated.
Hi Pete, did my response above help at all? I will address the support time and check your login credentials in our private message.

 
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