Commit f5afb110 authored by Ivan Tashkinov's avatar Ivan Tashkinov
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[#114] Initial implementation of user password reset emails (user-initiated).

parent 12905ce1
defmodule Pleroma.UserEmail do
@moduledoc "User emails"
import Swoosh.Email
alias Pleroma.Web.{Endpoint, Router}
defp instance_config, do: Pleroma.Config.get(:instance)
defp instance_name, do: instance_config()[:name]
defp from do
{instance_name(), instance_config()[:email]}
end
def password_reset_email(user, password_reset_token) when is_binary(password_reset_token) do
password_reset_url =
Router.Helpers.util_url(
Endpoint,
:show_password_reset,
password_reset_token
)
html_body = """
<h3>Reset your password at #{instance_name()}</h3>
<p>Someone has requested password change for your account at #{instance_name()}.</p>
<p>If it was you, visit the following link to proceed: <a href="#{password_reset_url}">reset password</a>.</p>
<p>If it was someone else, nothing to worry about: your data is secure and your password has not been changed.</p>
"""
new()
|> to({user.name, user.email})
|> from(from())
|> subject("Password reset")
|> html_body(html_body)
end
end
...@@ -277,7 +277,7 @@ defmodule Pleroma.Web.Router do ...@@ -277,7 +277,7 @@ defmodule Pleroma.Web.Router do
get("/statusnet/conversation/:id", TwitterAPI.Controller, :fetch_conversation) get("/statusnet/conversation/:id", TwitterAPI.Controller, :fetch_conversation)
post("/account/register", TwitterAPI.Controller, :register) post("/account/register", TwitterAPI.Controller, :register)
post("/account/reset_password", TwitterAPI.Controller, :reset_password) post("/account/password_reset", TwitterAPI.Controller, :password_reset)
get("/search", TwitterAPI.Controller, :search) get("/search", TwitterAPI.Controller, :search)
get("/statusnet/tags/timeline/:tag", TwitterAPI.Controller, :public_and_external_timeline) get("/statusnet/tags/timeline/:tag", TwitterAPI.Controller, :public_and_external_timeline)
......
defmodule Pleroma.Web.TwitterAPI.Controller do defmodule Pleroma.Web.TwitterAPI.Controller do
use Pleroma.Web, :controller use Pleroma.Web, :controller
import Pleroma.Web.ControllerHelper, only: [json_response: 3]
alias Pleroma.Formatter
alias Pleroma.Web.TwitterAPI.{TwitterAPI, UserView, ActivityView, NotificationView} alias Pleroma.Web.TwitterAPI.{TwitterAPI, UserView, ActivityView, NotificationView}
alias Pleroma.Web.CommonAPI alias Pleroma.Web.CommonAPI
alias Pleroma.{Repo, Activity, Object, User, Notification} alias Pleroma.{Repo, Activity, Object, User, Notification}
...@@ -322,6 +326,21 @@ def register(conn, params) do ...@@ -322,6 +326,21 @@ def register(conn, params) do
end end
end end
def password_reset(conn, params) do
nickname_or_email = params["email"] || params["nickname"]
with is_binary(nickname_or_email),
%User{local: true} = user <- User.get_by_nickname_or_email(nickname_or_email) do
{:ok, token_record} = Pleroma.PasswordResetToken.create_token(user)
user
|> Pleroma.UserEmail.password_reset_email(token_record.token)
|> Pleroma.Mailer.deliver()
json_response(conn, :no_content, "")
end
end
def update_avatar(%{assigns: %{user: user}} = conn, params) do def update_avatar(%{assigns: %{user: user}} = conn, params) do
{:ok, object} = ActivityPub.upload(params, type: :avatar) {:ok, object} = ActivityPub.upload(params, type: :avatar)
change = Changeset.change(user, %{avatar: object.data}) change = Changeset.change(user, %{avatar: object.data})
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