I switched it back since there's no way I can tune it to send those
requests to only a subset of forum moderators.
The manual activation was a good experiment because I was able to cut most
of those users before they posted their junk.
It's very easy to spot the spammer emails since some of them are already in
an online forum spam database anyway.
The flow for moderating was easier, since you have to go to a single table
to decide which ones you approve and which ones you ban/delete.
I was also hoping to discourage their spambots from sending junk posts,
since the flow could not be completed this way.
On Mon, Dec 28, 2015 at 3:53 PM, Brett Meyer <brett(a)hibernate.org> wrote:
Vlad, it looks like every single admin is now getting an email any
someone signs up on the forums. Any way to restrict that to a subset?
Although, I thought we had decided to allow automatic registration, but
restrict them until we've approved one of their posts. Any reason for
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On 12/28/2015 03:38 AM, Vlad Mihalcea wrote:
> I switched to manual activation of users to see if that breaks the
> Since we have around 400 inactive users on the forum, I was wondering if
> can just delete those since they haven't ever responded to the activation
> email that was sent to them?
> Some are inactive from 2006. If we clear that list, it's much easier to
> manage the new account registrations.
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