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  • AJ

    (@permaculturetreegeek)


    Working as intended.

    I was hesitant to install in 3.8, but was desperate and it is working!

    I wish the registration and activation emails had more information both for the user and the admin. (At least a forgot password link for the user upon activation.)

    ..and that it would be amazing if it limited access to bbPress.

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  • Hello All, I was hoping to use this plug-in, along with BuddyPress Registration Groups http://hardlyneutral.com/wordpress-plugins/ on a site WP 3.8.1 site I am developing: http://www.soi-seattle-kinship.org. (I realize that the plug-in is only recommended up to WP 3.5.2.)

    When I tested the new user registration, I received none of the moderation text, no email notification, and could already access and use all the group forums before admin approval. The plug-in did seem to work with the BP Registration Groups, by listing the individual groups on the registration page. (I did try disabling the Groups plug-in to see if it was conflicting with this plug-in, but had the same results.)

    Plug-in authors, will you please respond and let me know if you see a way to make this work on my site with WP 3.8.1? Thank you.

    I would also like to vote, ‘Yes, please’ for having your next update also block unregistered users from using bbPress sitewide forums.

    Thank you very much.

    Sincerely,

    Sura

    Hi. I would like to follow up about this. The developer of this plug-in Michael was very helpful and tested my site. Using his email address as the site contact in the Settings>General he tested, and everything worked fine. This lead me to investigate the possibility that my emails and test user emails might be getting blocked at the server/web-host. They had me check my maildir.>new at the root directory. Sure enough, it was filled with my test emails and site manager notifications. You can read these in Notepad. By submitting a ticket with the valid blocked mail files attached, the host was able to get this working. It should be noted that not all the files were blocked by mistake – many had been rejected as spam addresses of those trying to join the site. Bottom line: this problem was not the fault of the plug-in. Check your blocked mail file at your host via ftp. Thanks, Michael.

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