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RE: [nodebb-plugin-ns-embed] NS Embed
@omega we had the same problem with facebook and twitter links in 1.13.3
I opened this issue several weeks ago, but they did not check yet...
Hey @crazycells Do you know if this has been fixed and is this plugin compatible with the latest version of nodeBB?
RE: mongodb database structure and Queries document
I don't think there is any document like this, as even the current database structure docs page is fairly recent (It was created on 13th of June this year - commit history) and appears to not be finished yet.
So I guess reading the source code and asking questions here is your best bet for now
RE: Send invite without a user
@magnusvhendin I do not think this would be wise. Most (all?) SMTP relays will require a sender address before accepting/relaying mail. Hence, I'd suggest you create an address such as "email@example.com for such purposes. Then associate that email address with a user. Maybe one you don't use for other stuff?
Or maybe I do not understand you clearly: You ARE already using valid value for email address and just want to omit UID? Which seems like easy enough for the dev inclined. But I wonder what this really achieves?
Anyways, just a couple thoughts since none have yet been forthcoming... Good luck.
RE: Spam registration amount and handling is unbearable
@nefarius One thing I am uncertain about: What is your default setting for user email addresses, i.e. ACP :
Account Settings> Hide email from uses (ON)
This knob sets a nice default.
RE: Why Emails are not sending properly for new Registered users
@Varun-Ganesh-D After updating what? Do not know jack about SES but seems whacked to me that updating only NodeBB would result in such. Perchance might some other, more system wide updates also been in the lurking?
Presuming you have cli access, what returns when thou drivest the following:
[root@forums ~]# which sendmail
Should be similar to above, and, of course, be in your $PATH.