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Big Engine 21 Jan 2013 19:18

Quote:

Originally Posted by jcgriff2 (Post 2398432)
Did you just upgrade to 2.1.0?

Or did you just install for the 1st time?

If the latter, I suggest uninstalling, then reinstalling the XML.

It seems very odd to me that the URL for plug-in manager with hex chars no less is coming up for the Glowhost log.

No problems FTP'ing the modules up?

glowhostspamomatic.php is located in your /admincp directory?

functions_ghsom.php " " in /includes dir?

cpnav_glowhostspamomatic.xml " " in /includes/xml dir?

Then you installed product-glowhostspamomatic.xml via ACP Plug-in Manager?

Apologies for asking -- just want to make sure.

Nothing I do changes it.

I think I did it all correctly.

Big Engine 21 Jan 2013 19:32

Quote:

Originally Posted by jcgriff2 (Post 2398432)
Did you just upgrade to 2.1.0?

Or did you just install for the 1st time?

If the latter, I suggest uninstalling, then reinstalling the XML.

It seems very odd to me that the URL for plug-in manager with hex chars no less is coming up for the Glowhost log.

No problems FTP'ing the modules up?

glowhostspamomatic.php is located in your /admincp directory?

functions_ghsom.php " " in /includes dir?

cpnav_glowhostspamomatic.xml " " in /includes/xml dir?

Then you installed product-glowhostspamomatic.xml via ACP Plug-in Manager?

Apologies for asking -- just want to make sure.

Thank you so much for your help and patience, I have it working properly now.

I think I must have missed or screwed up this step.

cpnav_glowhostspamomatic.xml " " in /includes/xml dir?

jcgriff2 21 Jan 2013 19:36

Did you recently upgrade vB itself?

A thread from vB.com similar to your issue - https://www.vbulletin.com/forum/show...=1#post2331362

Can you access the plug-in manager?

What is the URL that opens the plug-in manager?
  1. /admincp/index.php?loc=plugin.php?do=product
  2. /admincp/plugin.php?do=product

Are you getting SQL errors?

jcgriff2 21 Jan 2013 19:41

You had version 2.02 installed & working back on January 1, 2013?

http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showt...79#post2393979

Big Engine 21 Jan 2013 20:11

Quote:

Originally Posted by jcgriff2 (Post 2398467)
Did you recently upgrade vB itself?

A thread from vB.com similar to your issue - https://www.vbulletin.com/forum/show...=1#post2331362

Can you access the plug-in manager?

What is the URL that opens the plug-in manager?
  1. /admincp/index.php?loc=plugin.php?do=product
  2. /admincp/plugin.php?do=product

Are you getting SQL errors?

This is what I see now.

http://i46.tinypic.com/j992dh.jpg

jcgriff2 22 Jan 2013 00:04

Your last screenshot = PERFECT!

That is what you should be seeing for the log.

__________________________

Sorry about my last few posts -- I missed this part of your post #2477 -
Quote:

Originally Posted by Big Engine (Post 2398462)
Thank you so much for your help and patience, I have it working properly now.

I think I must have missed or screwed up this step.

cpnav_glowhostspamomatic.xml " " in /includes/xml dir?

My pleasure to be of help.

I'm glad you got it working.

Regards. . .

John

spd2612 23 Jan 2013 20:10

Do I need to clear my Spam O Matic Logs? and if so is it just hitting the restart button in the ACP
when viewing the logs.....

jcgriff2 24 Jan 2013 01:19

Clearing the log is not a prerequisite to 2.1.0 upgrade.

"Restart" is tantamount to running glowhostspamomatic.php, i.e., it returns you to the GlowHost - Spam-O-Matic Log Viewer & Log Pruning selection menu.

If you wish to clear the log or remove old log entries, enter the desired number of days & prune the log.

Mark4865 27 Jan 2013 05:34

Absolutely fantastic mod working like a dream thanks to all involved seriously brilliant

Mikhael_ 28 Jan 2013 14:06

Hi to all
two little suggestions:

1) Add to banned group the spammer that are trying to registering. Until now it's possible block the registration or logger
2) Allow to see the stats only to some groups. I would like to hide the stats to registered user.

What do you think? :)

keyla31 29 Jan 2013 04:45

even after installing this im getting spam registers, ive even shut off taking new registrations and they still are able to register, im puzzled, anyone have assistance?

ForceHSS 29 Jan 2013 05:49

Quote:

Originally Posted by keyla31 (Post 2400233)
even after installing this im getting spam registers, ive even shut off taking new registrations and they still are able to register, im puzzled, anyone have assistance?

Post screenshot of all settings

tpearl5 29 Jan 2013 14:57

Quote:

Originally Posted by WorldCraft (Post 2396979)
Two feature requests:

More flexible "Override" permissions. ie: I'd like to deny my moderators from permanently deleting, but still let them choose what criteria to delete.

And, allow Admins to have full control over the moderator tool regardless of override settings.

Definitely second this!

tpearl5 29 Jan 2013 21:49

Quote:

Originally Posted by ryansmith (Post 2389981)
It appears this mod allows any Moderator to access the Spam-o-Matic inline features. Is there some way to change the permissions on this? I want my admins and Super Mods to be able to use this feature, but I do not want regular moderators using it. Some of our moderators only moderate one or two sections of our large forum and I don't like the idea of giving them full control over being able to just delete/ban any user at will.

Is there some setting or switch I'm missing that will allow me to pick and choose which usergroups or mods can use Spam-o-Matic?

Would like to know this as well.

steven s 30 Jan 2013 14:24

I started reading backwards for an answer but gave up.

I recently installed Spam-O-Matic. I'm not seeing anything in the log.

I turned on vbStopForumSpam and see registration attempts every few minutes.

I'm assuming Spam-O-Matic is working but why no log?
I only have one program running at a time.


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