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How to install django-confirmanager

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  3. Type pypm install django-confirmanager
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MIT
Lastest release
version 0.2 on Mar 28th, 2013

Simple email confirmation application for django 1.4. Forked from django-email-confirmation

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Install

Add 'confirmanager' to your INSTALLED_APPS:

# settings.py
INSTALLED_APPS = (
    ...
    'confirmanager',
    ...
)

Add application urs to your urlconf. Example:

# urls.py
urlpatterns += patterns('',
    (r'', include('confirmanager.urls')),
)

Requires django.contrib.sites to get absolute url and and user model to save email.

Description

TBD, meanwhile you can read source.
Limitations
  • one email per user
  • emails are stored in user model
  • emails are sent via django-templated-email (templates/confirmanager/confirmation.html)

Settings

  • CONFIRMANAGER_EXPIRES (default 3) - how long links for email confirmation live
  • CONFIRMANAGER_REDIRECT_URL - where to redirect after email is confirmed
  • CONFIRMANAGER_LOGIN_URL - where to redirect if user is not authenticated
  • CONFIRMANAGER_GET_DOMAIN - override default django.contrib.sites behavior to get current domain

Signals

  • email_confirmed

TODO

  • Make evertything easily overridable (docs for manager, template)
  • django-appconf
  • Django 1.5

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Last updated Mar 28th, 2013

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