In a default WordPress installation, the WordPress administrator receives an email every time a user leaves a comment or a comment is held for moderation. These settings are great for tracking and controlling comments, but can create a lot of email for popular sites. If you want to reduce the volume of notification emails, you can change the settings.
Changing the comment notification settings
Log in to your WordPress dashboard and go to Settings > Discussion.
In the Email me whenever section, make one or both of the following changes:
- Anyone posts a comment – Clear this check box to stop receiving an email notification whenever a user leaves a comment.
- A comment is held for moderation – Clear this check box to stop receiving an email notification when a comment is held for moderation.
Click Save Changes.
For more information about WordPress comment and discussion settings, see How to adjust the discussion settings in WordPress in the HostPapa knowledge base.
If you have any questions or need help, you can always contact HostPapa Support by opening a support ticket. Details about how to open a support ticket are here.