Source View: user_profile_update_errors

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170      if ( empty( $user->user_email ) ) {
171           $errors->add( 'empty_email', __( '<strong>ERROR</strong>: Please enter an e-mail address.' ), array( 'form-field' => 'email' ) );
172      } elseif ( !is_email( $user->user_email ) ) {
173           $errors->add( 'invalid_email', __( '<strong>ERROR</strong>: The e-mail address isn&#8217;t correct.' ), array( 'form-field' => 'email' ) );
174      } elseif ( ( $owner_id = email_exists($user->user_email) ) && ( !$update || ( $owner_id != $user->ID ) ) ) {
175           $errors->add( 'email_exists', __('<strong>ERROR</strong>: This email is already registered, please choose another one.'), array( 'form-field' => 'email' ) );
176      }
177
178      // Allow plugins to return their own errors.
179      do_action_ref_array('user_profile_update_errors', array ( &$errors, $update, &$user ) );
180
181      if ( $errors->get_error_codes() )
182           return $errors;
183
184      if ( $update ) {
185           $user_id = wp_update_user( get_object_vars( $user ) );
186      } else {
187           $user_id = wp_insert_user( get_object_vars( $user ) );
188           wp_new_user_notification( $user_id, isset($_POST['send_password']) ? $pass1 : '' );