Hello community, here is my scenario. Seems very typical to me but the inability to send the user a verification email thwarts my efforts:
- user is created via a social account (e.g. google) - email is "email@example.com"
- user later ‘signs up’ via an email account: "firstname.lastname@example.org", at this point these are 2 separate accounts
** user verifies their email & logs in, we link these 2 accounts - Google account (being the older account) is the master, the email account is a child account
- we call the management-api and update the user’s email address on non-social connection to "email@example.com", works great. Auth0 also auto-sets the email_verified to false on that child account (great)
I’m now in a situation where this human user cannot be sent an email verification email If I call the “/jobs/verification-email” job and use the primary ID of this linked account (e.g. google|abc123) I get the error response: "400, bad request, ‘… main connection does not support this operation’ ". If I try to use the child account Id, then I get the error that the user does not exist (this API resource only accepts user_id & client_id).
So, this user, who has a valid account in auth0 (>1 accounts that are linked), cannot be sent an email verification email via Auth0. Am I missing something? Thanks