Drupal7 has pretty good out-of-the-box user and user account configuration options for most basic web sites (including configurable email templates for communication with users about accounts), but as soon as work on more complex sites with specific user/business requirements you have going to have to get you hands dirty with low-level user functions and/or user-related Rules.
Or you can use the
dpm() family of debug functions to have a gander at a $user if the Devel module is enabled. See also [node/38].
A user account was updated.
Modules may use this hook to update their user data in a custom storage after a user account has been updated.
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