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Auto Prune Inactive Members #199914
10/24/07 07:39 PM
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TGCsanderson Offline OP
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Set a time span IE After 1 year of inactivity, 2 years activity.. set by the user in a pull down, the board automatically removes any accounts no longer needed or used.

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Re: Auto Prune Inactive Members [Re: TGCsanderson] #199917
10/24/07 08:44 PM
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You can use the member management page to select users who haven't logged in (or posted) in a specific timeframe then tell it to delete those users... so this ultimately already exists...


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Re: Auto Prune Inactive Members [Re: Gizmo] #199918
10/24/07 09:19 PM
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...except for the 'auto' part wink

Re: Auto Prune Inactive Members [Re: SD] #199919
10/24/07 09:31 PM
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'eh auto schmatto... lol... IMO, I'd never want something auto pruning anything, it may delete someone of value that i would want to keep around wink...


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Re: Auto Prune Inactive Members [Re: SD] #199923
10/25/07 02:22 AM
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Originally Posted by Sirdude
...except for the 'auto' part wink


semi auto, you can save your search and reuse it smile


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Re: Auto Prune Inactive Members [Re: Yarp™] #199925
10/25/07 02:34 AM
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TGCsanderson Offline OP
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I just want it to do it by itself. With a disclaimer when they join that 'blah' time of inactivity will auto 'unsubscribe' user. Not that it isn't fun to do it manually, I just think us americans need a few less buttons to push. =D

Re: Auto Prune Inactive Members [Re: TGCsanderson] #199926
10/25/07 03:26 AM
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:cough:lazy Americans:cough:

Your best bet here, to maximize your time at least, would be to hire a developer to create the feature for you (as I don't know if it'd be popular enough to warrant being put into the stock code)


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Re: Auto Prune Inactive Members [Re: Gizmo] #199935
10/25/07 11:16 AM
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TGCsanderson Offline OP
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All you lazy american's out there who want this, chime in! XD

Re: Auto Prune Inactive Members [Re: TGCsanderson] #199939
10/25/07 04:01 PM
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you could CRON a automated MySQL script to do it until (or if) such a time that the board software will support it in an automated fashion.

Re: Auto Prune Inactive Members [Re: ntdoc] #199941
10/25/07 04:17 PM
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Originally Posted by ntdoc
you could CRON a automated MySQL script to do it until (or if) such a time that the board software will support it in an automated fashion.


I am actually using an "unused" custom islands for one job I would normally do via cron and set it to generate even if not used in the portal.


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Re: Auto Prune Inactive Members [Re: Yarp™] #199964
10/25/07 11:48 PM
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Well could even be done via PHP but I'm not sure the user knows enough PHP to do it.

Re: Auto Prune Inactive Members [Re: ntdoc] #199971
10/26/07 12:35 AM
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TGCsanderson Offline OP
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Me, nope. I don't.

Re: Auto Prune Inactive Members [Re: TGCsanderson] #199982
10/26/07 01:54 PM
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Exactly... as I'm sure many Admins don't know how. Thus it would need to be part of UBB (if it's decided they want this feature as you've suggested)

Will have to wait and see for now.


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