How to edit Account Activation email text in Drupal 7
Users will sometimes cancel their account registration for your site, also known as 'opting out.' When this occurs you will want to send them a cancellation confirmation email. This is a last chance email in case they changed their mind or made a mistake. You may want to customize the body text in your canned email section of the Drupal 7 admin dashboard. Editing the Account Cancellation text is done by simply performing the following steps.
Modifying the Account Cancellation email text in Drupal 7:
This is how you modify the Account Cancellation email in Drupal 7.
‹Section 14: How to edit Account Activation email text in Drupal 7
›Section 16: How to modify the Password Recovery email text in Drupal 7
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