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1. Open the code behind of CreateUserWizard control located under ~/Sitefinity/UserControls/Login folder
2. Subscribe for SendingMail event.
3. Use MailMessageEventArgs to get/set the email subject and message.
4. You should implement custom public properties that will allow you to change the subject and body through the control designer instead of hardcoding them.
Now I have to create a user control that will check whether the user is valid or not. If the user is valid i will approve the user using MembershipUser.IsApproved property. The user control is simple. In its template I added a Literal control that will be displayed only in case the user does not exist in the database.
In the code behind I added my logic that would check the query string and passed the value from the key.
Note that the value of QueryString property of CreateUserWizard control should be the same as the value of Key property in EnableUser control.
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