From PhpCOIN Documentation
phpCOIN has several pre-built Mail Templates and obviously room to add more (but at this time only the default templates will be used unless you hack source-code). Here is the list you get at [Admin] -> [Mail Templates]:
1 email_password_reset 2 email_contact_form 3 email_contact_client_form 4 email_profile_copy 5 email_order_ack 6 email_order_copy 7 email_trans_ack 8 email_invoice_copy 9 email_invoice_copy_singleline 10 email_domain_acc_activate 11 email_helpdesk_tt_update 12 email_helpdesk_tt_alert 13 email_custom_order_request
To edit a template, select it from the drop-down list. Let us select the #1 - the email_password_reset template:
The Edit Mail Templates Entry (all fields required) Template ID: 1 Name: email_password_reset (for listing purposes, and so phpCOIN can find specific templates) Text: Hello $_MTP[username], The following email from $_MTP[from_email] was triggered from a request to reset the password for this user name. The new password is: $_MTP[password] Please note the password has been reset. If you did not request the password change, we apologize for the inconvenience. As a reminder, you can go to the following link to login and change you password. $_MTP[url] $_MTP[site] Support $_MTP[from_email]
As you can see it pulls a number of variables from the database to personalize the e-mail to your client. The only thing that really should be edited is the Text of the e-mail.
You may also view complete details on the variables available to each template built-in to phpCOIN.