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91      $user_data = get_userdatabylogin($_POST['user_login']);
92      // redefining user_login ensures we return the right case in the email
93      $user_login = $user_data->user_login;
94      $user_email = $user_data->user_email;
95
96      if (!$user_email || $user_email != $_POST['email'])
97           die(sprintf(__('Sorry, that user does not seem to exist in our database. Perhaps you have the wrong username or e-mail address? <a href="%s">Try again</a>.'), 'wp-login.php?action=lostpassword'));
98
99 do_action('retreive_password', $user_login);  // Misspelled and deprecated.
100 do_action('retrieve_password', $user_login);
101
102      // Generate something random for a password... md5'ing current time with a rand salt
103      $key = substr( md5( uniqid( microtime() ) ), 0, 50);
104      // now insert the new pass md5'd into the db
105       $wpdb->query("UPDATE $wpdb->users SET user_activation_key = '$key' WHERE user_login = '$user_login'");
106      $message = __('Someone has asked to reset the password for the following site and username.') . "\r\n\r\n";
107      $message .= get_option('siteurl') . "\r\n\r\n";
108      $message .= sprintf(__('Username: %s'), $user_login) . "\r\n\r\n";
109      $message .= __('To reset your password visit the following address, otherwise just ignore this email and nothing will happen.') . "\r\n\r\n";