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Re: Spam Bot Notification Thread

Postby TheoW » Mon Aug 13, 2018 10:31 pm

There is a way to deleted them, but it's a bit complicated. It will take some time to get through all the bad posts. I did set it to prevent posting, so hopefully no more new posts from that account.
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Re: Spam Bot Notification Thread

Postby Burke_Rakers » Tue Aug 14, 2018 1:03 am

TheoW wrote:There is a way to deleted them, but it's a bit complicated. It will take some time to get through all the bad posts. I did set it to prevent posting, so hopefully no more new posts from that account.


(sighs)

I totally know that, and understand it's not an option. I felt bad about having asked as soon as I posted it.

(sighs again)

I guess I'll just have to hope he dies of all that syphilis my prayers gave him...because the cadence and flow of his idiot posts is far to similar to earlier 'trolls' we've dealt with. It's the same guy - getting kicked out, waiting several months, then rejoining and doing it all over again. It's such a pissy, bratty thing to do...
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Re: Spam Bot Notification Thread

Postby bit » Sat Aug 25, 2018 8:35 am

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Re: Spam Bot Notification Thread

Postby alexa » Sat Aug 25, 2018 11:14 am

If I remember phpBB correctly, you should have an option in the admin interface to delete all of someone's posts when you kick them off, right?
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