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Syxguns 03 Jun 2012 22:15

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Originally Posted by FF|Skyrider (Post 2336055)
That's the thing Syxguns. The IP & E-Mail is selected. Just not the usernames.

The setting you changed should help, but what I was talking about was the User Banning Options within vB settings. The reason I use this option if I need to is because I have mine set to allow registration if StopForumSpam is down, or not able to retrieve the information. The member is allowed to register, but then are placed in the New Member category that I created.

New Member: Not able to post URL's, can not use signature, can not post pictures, have access to see blogs, but can not leave comments. I have this set to 2 on post count before they become a registered member. S-O-M should automatically moderate the post for me, but if for some reason it doesn't then I have the logs and can ban the e-mail, and or IP address in vB if I have to. So far I've only had a couple of spammers get through on my test site.

PBRiot 08 Jun 2012 16:38

Hi there, I've got Auto-Moderation: Enable set to "Disabled" and yet I am still getting new users who post links in their posts moved to auto-moderation. I would like to avoid that from happening - any assistance? Thanks!

Syxguns 09 Jun 2012 02:54

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Originally Posted by PBRiot (Post 2337758)
Hi there, I've got Auto-Moderation: Enable set to "Disabled" and yet I am still getting new users who post links in their posts moved to auto-moderation. I would like to avoid that from happening - any assistance? Thanks!

Well, I don't have full information on your settings to be able to really help you out.

1) Did you create a new members group and if you did do you allow for URL's and pics? Those are part of the permissions that need to be adjusted. However, if you are not placing anyone in a new member group then make sure that Newbies Manager: Put New User Into Newbies Group? is set to NO.

2) I haven't ever tried it but maybe set Newbies Manager: Promotion From Post Count
to 0 and have them moved directly into the registered member area.

To be hones you may not want to use this modification. You would probably like vBStopForumSpam. It does not have built in auto moderation, it is just for registration. It is reported to work with vB 4.

http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showt...top+forum+spam

GameOverViper 09 Jun 2012 16:04

I uploaded everything onto a new forum of mine, then went to install and it gives me this error.


Block Disabled:      (Update License Status)  
Suspended or Unlicensed Members Cannot View Code.


ForceHSS 09 Jun 2012 16:29

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Originally Posted by Americanbang (Post 2338113)
I uploaded everything onto a new forum of mine, then went to install and it gives me this error.


Block Disabled:      (Update License Status)  
Suspended or Unlicensed Members Cannot View Code.

run this

tommac3 10 Jun 2012 15:09

Any chance we can get a blog spamming feature? I have spamomatic installed but just got 3900 spammy blog posts over the past day.

ForceHSS 10 Jun 2012 18:13

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Originally Posted by tommac3 (Post 2338435)
Any chance we can get a blog spamming feature? I have spamomatic installed but just got 3900 spammy blog posts over the past day.

Make a new user group that has access to blog posting and don't let normal users post to the blog then you can set it that after x amount of posts they get auto moved to the new group you can also make it that the first post is modded this way it will stop all spammers. On another note if spammers are registering then I would look at your Spam O Matic settings and see why.

oshrizak 10 Jun 2012 19:58

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Originally Posted by ForceHSS (Post 2338124)
run this

Ok call I did this and still get Database error as above

ForceHSS 10 Jun 2012 20:17

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Originally Posted by oshrizak (Post 2338518)
Ok call I did this and still get Database error as above

MySQL Version : 5.5.23-55 I would say this is your problem needs to be downgraded

oshrizak 11 Jun 2012 02:56

Ok thanks for the answer unfortunately that isn't gonna happen so I will wait till there is an upgrade to support 5.5.23-55 but I will keep this is mind

Alibass 11 Jun 2012 03:58

Mate I have MySQL Version : 5.5.23-55 and I have no problem running this mod.

ForceHSS 11 Jun 2012 05:33

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Originally Posted by Alibass (Post 2338620)
Mate I have MySQL Version : 5.5.23-55 and I have no problem running this mod.

as you dont have all the same things he has or the same hosting does not mean it will work even if you do have the same mysql version

Vcize 11 Jun 2012 07:05

I'm having a weird problem with this mod.

When I have it enabled, any time I try to save anything on the admin site (not just within this mod, but anywhere) it will time out. As soon as I disable this mod, the problem goes away.

Here is what my host said about the issue. Again this seems to go away when I disable this mod...

Quote:

Most likely, the code within the forum is allowing Keep-Alive connections, but it looks like they do not get closed efficiently and they stay open. This bogs down Apache, as it only has a certain number of connections allowed to be open at once. Have you had a developer take a look at the code and optimize the way it handles keep-alive connections? I would start there, and if there are any server-side configurations that the developer would need in order to optimize the site code, just open a ticket and we'll get it set to whatever they need.

Sadikb 11 Jun 2012 12:41

Quote:

Originally Posted by oshrizak (Post 2338518)
Ok call I did this and still get Database error as above

Your problem is not MySQL but the code.

Change all occurence of


Block Disabled:      (Update License Status)  
Suspended or Unlicensed Members Cannot View Code.

to


Block Disabled:      (Update License Status)  
Suspended or Unlicensed Members Cannot View Code.

in the XML and that will solve the DB Errors.

oshrizak 11 Jun 2012 15:07

Thanks for that it fixed it had to change it in the product xml


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