Setting of auto messages/cronjob setup

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1)When user signs up they are currently sent a blank password , they should be sent there email address and password with an ''auto login'' link which then also activates there profile.
2)we have several female accounts setup as seen in admin panel please login
under ''user created type ', you see ''fake female'', there are 5 of these accounts.
After new user has signed up they will be notified internally , and externally via there mail box that they have a new message from any of these fake female accounts it will work in incruments as follows
1) after 15 minutes of signup , user gets a message from one of the fake female account
2) after a further 17 minutes they will get second message
3)after a further 48 they will get the third message
4) after 67 minutes they will get fourth message
5) after 6 hrs, 26 minutes they will get 5th message from 5th girl.
Each time they recieve a message it will notify them via there signup email that they have a new message and that they must login to read this mesage, and provide them with there user login and password with an automated login link, they should not be able to view the message, it wil just be a notification.
Once they have logged in they will see the name, and a small thumbnail pic of the girl in question, and next to this will have a ''click here to read message'' ( this is currently active) and asks them to upgrade.
So only paid members can view messages.
After day one of signup it will then send them a notication 3 times a day notifying them of unread messages. with login auto link.

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