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https://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=248042

CoZmicShReddeR 14 Dec 2010 14:27

Quote:

Originally Posted by Oren MAZDASPEED (Post 2133364)
Is there an option to delete all spam users that existed before the mod installed?

like an Automated sql query.

thanks.

That sounds awesome if it were possible as I been getting wacked like crazy lately on my forums!

They are now posting anything but the amount of spammer emails is growing every day on my website and I just installed this mod!

owning_y0u 16 Dec 2010 05:45

Tagged,

is this one also compatible with vb4.1 pl2?

GamerFill 16 Dec 2010 06:44

Exactly what I was looking for. Works beautifully. Thanks!

OldSchoolDSL 16 Dec 2010 08:26

Quote:

Originally Posted by owning_y0u (Post 2134652)
Tagged,

is this one also compatible with vb4.1 pl2?

I'm using it just fine on 4.1 PL2

final kaoss 19 Dec 2010 16:27

I'll try this.

GlowHost.com 19 Dec 2010 23:18

Quote:

Originally Posted by Oren MAZDASPEED (Post 2133364)
Is there an option to delete all spam users that existed before the mod installed?

like an Automated sql query.

thanks.

No it does not. This has been asked many times before in this thread. Feel free to read through it for the reasons as to why it is not a feature, and why it won't ever be.

Quote:

Originally Posted by aileron79 (Post 2133167)
Seems to be a great Mod. Before installing I have a question, in the description you say that there might be problems if the admincp directory is renamed. This is the case in my forum. I wonder how I can prevent any problems arising from this?

Also, has this been verified to work with 4.1.0 PL2?

Pretty sure this has been fixed. Only way to be sure is to install the mod and find out. There not much point of renaming the admin dirs from the default IMHO. Security by obscurity is not really security.

cyberchief 19 Dec 2010 23:53

Yes, this mod works perfectly in 4.1 PL2

dariottolo 27 Dec 2010 11:32

Could you please verify the file?

If I click on the link for the version 1.2.8 I download the version 1.2.7

Thanks in advance.

Dario

GlowHost.com 27 Dec 2010 16:21

As previously posted, the 1.2.8 says it is 1.2.7 you can ignore the version number reported in the product manager.

the version number presented for download here is correct.

You can compare the filesize between the 2 downloads 1.2.7 and 1.2.8 yourself and see there is a difference, which would allude to the file versions being different, yes?

dariottolo 28 Dec 2010 15:47

I re-downloaded and re-installed the 1.2.8 version but I am having problems with custom modcp directory.

When I try to ban a user from the admin panel, the url of the new page is http://xxx.xxx.it/modcp/banning.php?do=banuser&u=yyyyy

Is there any option to set the custom modcp URL? I searched in this thread but with no results.

I am running vBulletin 3.8.6 Patch Level 1.

Thanks in advance.

Dario

GlowHost.com 28 Dec 2010 19:15

The admin panel tool is deprecated in later versions and has been replaced by an option in the moderation tools menu on the postbit.

You can try to ban them from "Delete Posts As Spam" and it should handle the reporting for you. Or of course you can move the mod directory to where it goes by default. Moving the mod directory isn't great security anyways.

v.bampton 29 Dec 2010 09:48

I love this plug-in, but one thing doesn't appear to be working for me - it's probably just me overlooking something.

When I go to ban a user that's slipped through, I check the "Remove user," "Remove All Posts," and "Submit to StopForumSpam.com" - and it does remove the user and submit it, but it's not removing the posts - it's just setting them to guest posts, which is obviously not great if they're spam.

Any ideas on what I'm doing wrong? Or is it a bug?

Edit - ooops, just seen the last post - I'll try the mod tools directly on the thread instead in future

orillia 30 Dec 2010 13:44

Installed this on 3.8.6 and 4.01 and works perfectly on both. Thanks!

RaidenDAWG2 31 Dec 2010 04:28

Quote:

Originally Posted by GlowHost.com (Post 2133020)
The error says you forgot to upload functions_ghsom.php so make sure you have uploaded all the files to the correct location per the instructions.

I'm having a similar issue when those hooks are called outside of the /forums directory with the file uploaded (and functioning correctly everywhere else). You may want to add something to the effect of "../forums/" in your includes statements to prevent this issue.

For example, I've got something in public_html/directory calling the includes statement for the functions_ghsom.php file, problem is, it's looking in /public_html/directory/includes instead of /public_html/forums/includes where it should be.

GlowHost.com 31 Dec 2010 04:34

Quote:

Originally Posted by RaidenDAWG2 (Post 2141670)
I'm having a similar issue when those hooks are called outside of the /forums directory with the file uploaded (and functioning correctly everywhere else). You may want to add something to the effect of "../forums/" in your includes statements to prevent this issue.

For example, I've got something in public_html/directory calling the includes statement for the functions_ghsom.php file, problem is, it's looking in /public_html/directory/includes instead of /public_html/forums/includes where it should be.

Not real sure I am following you. Do you mean you are trying to call functions of SOM from outside of your forum install? For example trying to prevent registrations on other parts of your site outside of the forum, such as an order form for example?


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