On accident today I discovered a really cool plugin for WordPress called the Error Reporting plugin. This plugin is a great tool to log any errors related to WordPress, WordPress plugins, etc. One of the options that the plugin provides is the ability to have each error emailed to you which could be overwhelming depending on what errors you are logging with the plugin. I like to log as much as possible so the problem for me was the fact that the error emails automatically go to the WordPress site administrator email address. My preference would be for this field to be an option that can be configured so I could create a new Gmail address and send all of the errors there. This way you can archive every single error message that has been generated for a long time because of Gmail’s 7GB+ storage capacity. So below I describe how to modify the email address the error logs are sent to along with a couple other items I modified while I was poking around.
If you have lost your ZenCart admin password it can be reset as long as you have access to PHPMyAdmin on the server or direct access to the MySQL database. If you have lost the admin password however the admin account is configured with your email address you can simply use the “Resend Password” link located at the bottom of the admin login box to have a new password sent to you. If that doesn’t work or your email address is not configured for the admin account the easiest way to modify the Admin password will be to login to the server via SSH and follow the directions below.
Manually Change ZenCart Admin Password: