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In my case it was that my web hosting company was blocking my emails. Let me explain. When I created my WordPress install I used my personal email to create the main user account. That email is a GMail email address like, "me@gmail.com". That's all well and good except if the email is not hosted on your domain. When a new user signs up, WordPress uses ...


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Just another answer for a different approach that could benefit someone else in the future. You could also move the plugin folder to the Must Use folder (which you will probably need to create if not used before. This path is usually: wp-content/mu-plugins Plugins in this folder will always run. Refer to the following for more info: https://codex....



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