Ours is a social networking site that, when members click on the 'Email' button on another user's profile, an internal mail message will be sent to the person, along with an external email template to the person's email account asking him to log back into the site and view the internal mail message he's received. Lately, it's been found that that external email template is not being sent anymore while the internal mail message still continues to go out and function as per normal - THANK GOODNESS, as it did smoothly for the past 2 years. So I think a programmer, one or two months ago, did some work that, perhaps because of a bug or 2, caused that external email template not to go out, when it should, as it used to be working normally for the past 2 years. So, I think you just have to find from my whole website where that particular email template is found, and then it is just intuitively straightforward that when the 'Email' button is pressed, this template ought to go out to the corresponding user as an email message (telling him to log back onto the site and view the internal mail message he's received).
The 'Email' button is found in a number of places, including(but not limited to) the search results a member is viewing, but I suspect there is a central place that invokes this particular email template, such that mainly the work lies in fixing this central place, but I can't be completely sure.
Apart from that, when the 'flirt' button and 'hotlist' button is pressed, the flirt email template and hotlist email template luckily still go out and therefore work as per normal. But you have to change the sender portion from admin AT [url removed, login to view] to another preferred name AT [url removed, login to view] for consistency with the other email templates sent out by my site.
Lastly, there is one miscellaneous text-change work involved on just a particular php page, where you just need to copy and paste less than 10 words from me to replace a certain sentence on that php page.
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