I have been receiving two different notifications when someone subscribes to my blog. One gives me their email address and approximate location, the other simply tells me that I have a new subscriber. The first comes from WordPress.com ([email redacted]), the latter comes with my blog's name from [email redacted]. They both have the same subject line of "Someone subscribed to your blog."
Why are there two different notices? Is one type for WordPress.com subscribers and the other for non-WordPress.com folks? I'd like to receive the more informative notice that contains my subscriber's email and location for all subscriptions.
The more informative email comes from WordPress.com and looks like:
From: "WordPress.com <http://WordPress.com> " <[email redacted]>
Date: September 26, 2011 2:27:38 AM EDT
To: [email redacted] <mailto:[email redacted]>
Subject: [My Blog Title] Someone subscribed to your blog
Someone just subscribed to your blog, [My Blog Title]. This means they will be notified every time you publish a post. Congratulations. You now have xxx subscribers.
Their email address is [email redacted], and they appear to be from Chicago, Illinois, United States
WordPress.com <http://WordPress.com> | Thanks for flying with WordPress!
The less informative one that comes with my blog's name looks like:
From: My Blog Name <[email redacted]>
Date: September 26, 2011 7:37:26 PM EDT
To: [email redacted]
Subject: [My Blog Name] Someone subscribed to your blog
Someone subscribed to My Blog Name.
Someone just subscribed to receive an email every time you publish a post. Congratulations. You may want to visit their blog. Perhaps you'll enjoy their blog as much as they liked yours.