New Location Warning Plugin


This plugin allows LL::NG to send a warning message to the user’s email address when their account connects from a new location.

By default, the location is the IP address. Meaning that any connection from a different IP address will send a warning. If this is not what you want, you can change the way location is computed (see below).

Following steps are performed when the user logs in

  1. Extract the location from session info (by default, the IP address is used)

  2. Compare the current location to the previous locations saved in history

  3. If it is a new location, send an email to warn the user

  4. On the next login, the location will no longer be considered as new

The very first time a user logs in (empty login history), no email is sent.


Just enable it in the Manager (section General Parameters > Advanced parameters > Security > New location warning:

  • Activation: Enable this plugin (default: disabled)

  • Session attribute containing location: Indicate the session attribute you are using to store the location. You can use ipAddr, or a custom macro.

  • Session attribute to display: By default, the raw value of the location session attribute is displayed in the warning email. If you want to use a different session attribute in the warning email, you can specify it here.

  • Maximum number of locations to consider: By default, all previous value of the location are checked

  • Session mail attribute: Session key containing mail address (default: mail)

  • Warning mail subject: Subject of the email containing the warning

  • Warning mail content: Content of the email containing the warning


If you use a macro instead of ipAddr as the location value, be sure to add the name of this macro to

General Parameters » Plugins » Login History » Session data to store

Otherwise, the value of the macro will not be remembered across logins

Email body variables

Following variables are available in the Warning email body:

  • $location: the location value, from Session attribute to display

  • $date: the date of login

  • $ua: the full user agent string