This has been a real pain for a while, especially when you’re trying to deliver the site you built to a client or someone else.
To change the admin email on a WordPress site you need to confirm the change by clicking a link in an email that the site sends you. 99% of the time that email is not sent or it is not received.
So you can’t change the admin email. In this tutorial you will learn how to get around that by making the admin email change directly in the database.
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