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Old 06 Dec 2011, 23:55
jkcerda jkcerda is offline
 
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User banning option

aggressive email banning is set to "yes", yet , I am still getting bots/retards signing up with the emails in the list, is my list ok? should I have a "coma" after each addy?

I used question/answer for registration, seems its been beat as I have been getting 3-4 spmammers per day, all are going straight to the blogs & not posting.

thanks.
@rocketmail.com
@valor.net
@BonBon.net
@tdcj.state.tx.us
@Wolverines.com
@yeah.net
@hotmail.fr
@dripfed.info
@LIVE.COM
@dripfed.info
@demailsite.info
@.info
@hotmail.com
@gb-domains.com
@email007.info
@gb-domains.com
@ymail.com
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Old 07 Dec 2011, 01:36
SpikedRocker SpikedRocker is offline
 
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Its best to use a MOD that deals with spam protection. There are several out there. I use GlowHost. It has intergrated 2 or 3 different techniques.
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Old 07 Dec 2011, 02:01
jkcerda jkcerda is offline
 
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Originally Posted by SpikedRocker View Post
Its best to use a MOD that deals with spam protection. There are several out there. I use GlowHost. It has intergrated 2 or 3 different techniques.
thanks, Ill give it a try.
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