Multisite User Registration Manager

Provides a system for registration requests and their processing in multisite. Two-level moderation.

Author:Zaantar (profile at
WordPress version required:3.4
WordPress version tested:3.5.2
Plugin version:3.1
Added to WordPress repository:24-01-2012
Last updated:01-02-2014
Warning! This plugin has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.
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Total downloads:13 356
Active installs:10+
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Warning: This plugin is currently broken (at least for some sites) and I have no time to maintain it. I plan to solve all the issues from the support forum but I have no idea when that might happen (perhaps summer 2014). I am sorry and thank you for the understanding.

Provides a system for registration requests and their processing in multisite.

Blog administrator can place a shortcode [murm-form] on their blog, which will display a registration form. Visitors can then use this form to request registration. Such a request must be first moderated by the blog admin. If it is accepted, it's passed on to the blog superadmin, who also has to approve it in order to pass. After approval the plugin creates given user accounts with subscriber rigths on the blog from which it was requested and sends login information to the user.

Per-blog settings

  • can be deactivated
  • notification via nag or e-mail on new requests
  • antispam (needs Akismet API key)
  • requests on the blog admin level can be automatically approved

Per-site settings

  • optional e-mail notifications
  • custom e-mail templates
  • blog administrators can be allowed to delete a request without notifying it's author
  • requests on the network admin level can be automatically approved (this means that only blog administrators decide about their requests, if no error occures)

This plugin was developed for a small blog server (cca 30 blogs), so that superadmin would have control of newly created accounts (because some people were confused and got themselves unneccessary multiple user accounts).

Makes use of the WordPress Logging Service.

In future there will be more options to modify default plugin behaviour.