User Activations

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User Activations

I've realised that when I took over the running of Anargo around a year ago I forgot to set the admin email account, which receives all of the user activation request, to forward to me.  As such there are currently several thousand un-activated user accounts sitting on the system.  From the looks of it the vast majority of them are spam bots, but if there are any real potential users who have been neglected I apologise.  I have now set the admin email to forward to me so I will be aware of new user requests and am going through and removing all of the old un-activated accounts.  If you are a real user who wants to register on the site however it will help me sort the wheat from the chaff if you can also send us a message through the contact form.

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Given the way things have gone, Dragon Lord, you might want to explore another software option.  There's nothing in this Drupal install that really counts other than my own unrealised dreams about where to take the project so... Yeah.  Look into Joomla.  And SMF.

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I will definitely think about it when I have time.  I need to find something that I can administer properly, and make a bit more attractive, myself without too much effort.

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Now is a good time to do it.  You're getting to the point where there is solid information.  The goal of the use of Drupal was to create something more integrated, but that's no longer necessary at this juncture and something a bit simpler would work. 

Maybe Joomla?