Blacklist, moderate, or spam a list of unregistered commenters across your entire Multisite Network.
No, this is completely separate.
If you set comments to be spammed or moderated, they will show up in the appropriate section of your comments page. If you set comments to be blackhole'd, no one will ever see them. Ever.
No, it only blocks by email address.
I don't find it useful to do in WordPress. If you're blocking IPs, given how dynamic they are, it won't do you any good in the long run on the app level. This should be done at the server level.
Yes. If you put
example.com in your list, it will block
Be very careful when you do this! If you put in just the letter
a for example, you will block all email addresses with that letter. I strongly recommend you only use full domains ('example.com', not just 'example').
No. You cannot block
email@example.com at this time. This is a highly requested feature, but it's complicated to get right without making your network unbearably slow. It doesn't scale well in my tests. Pull requests welcome.
This plugin will not block any logged in user, even if their email is on the list. If you don't want them commenting, delete their accounts. It's assumed if you let someone on your site, you mean for them to have access.
Yes, it does.
No, and what's the point? You already have a blacklist for that.
I don't know. Let me know!
Requires: 4.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.5.2
Last Updated: 2 months ago
Active Installs: Less than 10
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