Source View: password_reset_message

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217      $message .= site_url('wp-login.php', 'login') . "\r\n";
218
219      // The blogname option is escaped with esc_html on the way into the database in sanitize_option
220      // we want to reverse this for the plain text arena of emails.
221      $blogname = wp_specialchars_decode(get_option('blogname'), ENT_QUOTES);
222
223      $title = sprintf(__('[%s] Your new password'), $blogname);
224
225      $title = apply_filters('password_reset_title', $title);
226      $message = apply_filters('password_reset_message', $message, $new_pass);
227
228      if ( $message && !wp_mail($user->user_email, $title, $message) )
229             die('<p>' . __('The e-mail could not be sent.') . "<br />\n" . __('Possible reason: your host may have disabled the mail() function...') . '</p>');
230
231      wp_password_change_notification($user);
232
233      return true;
234 }
235