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67                     echo '<p class="about-auto-update cool">' . __( 'This site <strong>is</strong> able to apply these updates automatically. Cool!' ). '</p>';
69                // If the updater is disabled entirely, don't show them anything.
70                } elseif ( ! $updater->is_disabled() ) {
71                     echo '<p class="about-auto-update">';
72                     // If this is is filtered to false, they won't get emails, so don't claim we will.
73                     // Assumption: If the user can update core, they can see what the admin email is.
75                     /** This filter is documented in wp-admin/includes/class-wp-upgrader.php */
76                     if ( apply_filters( 'send_core_update_notification_email', true, $future_minor_update ) ) {
77                          printf( __( 'This site <strong>is not</strong> able to apply these updates automatically. But we&#8217;ll email %s when there is a new security release.' ), esc_html( get_site_option( 'admin_email' ) ) );
78                     } else {
79                          _e( 'This site <strong>is not</strong> able to apply these updates automatically.' );
80                     }
81                     echo '</p>';
82                }
83           }
84           ?>
85      </div>