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Registering/Log in problems

by Chip » Jul 18th, '09, 19:52

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Re: Registering/Log in problems

by Devoted135 » Sep 11th, '12, 14:39

I just thought I'd let you know that I was under the impression I'd get an email when my registration had been approved, but one never came. Finally I tried to log in on a whim, and yay! it worked. I must say, this forum must have been hit really hard with spammers to create such a seemingly elaborate registration system.

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Re: Registering/Log in problems

by Chip » Sep 11th, '12, 14:58

Devoted135 wrote:I just thought I'd let you know that I was under the impression I'd get an email when my registration had been approved, but one never came. Finally I tried to log in on a whim, and yay! it worked. I must say, this forum must have been hit really hard with spammers to create such a seemingly elaborate registration system.

Interesting. Sometimes a new member will email me stating they did not receive a confirmation email. Usually when this happens their account somehow did not get activated.

Yes, TeaChat is set for admin/mod approval of registrations due to extreme spammage. I notice a pretty decent percentage of forums operate this way. I prefer to do more on the front end versus getting hammered and dealing with it.

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