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johnj7l
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Re: [BETA] simple acp pm read [1.0.4b]

Post by johnj7l »

Excellent works great...Thanks for the great help!

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Re: [BETA] simple acp pm read [1.0.4b]

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One other thing..

I notice when you delete the Pm it still shows in the admin panel..

I tried clearing the cache and its still there?

How does it get deleted?
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Re: [BETA] simple acp pm read [1.0.4b]

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johnj7l wrote:One other thing..

I notice when you delete the Pm it still shows in the admin panel..

I tried clearing the cache and its still there?

How does it get deleted?

any answer on this ?

this could be a reason not to install it or to remove it.. anyone know?
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Re: [BETA] simple acp pm read [1.0.4b]

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johnj7l wrote:
johnj7l wrote:One other thing..

I notice when you delete the Pm it still shows in the admin panel..

I tried clearing the cache and its still there?

How does it get deleted?

any answer on this ?

this could be a reason not to install it or to remove it.. anyone know?
I think i just found out why NOT to install this MOD!
It seems to work well but when the Pm's are deleted by the user they still show up in the admin, sooner or later that will create a HUGE MESS! unless there is something Im missing everyoen may want to unistall it until its fixed or a solution is found.
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Re: [BETA] simple acp pm read [1.0.4b]

Post by ibelphegor »

If you delete pm from UCP the pm not show.
I think you make delete from out\in and not sent:
check in http://???????.com/ucp.php?i=pm&folder=sentbox
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Re: [BETA] simple acp pm read [1.0.4b]

Post by johnj7l »

ibelphegor wrote:If you delete pm from UCP the pm not show.
I think you make delete from out\in and not sent:
check in http://???????.com/ucp.php?i=pm&folder=sentbox

Your incorrect! Here is a user a created by the name of "jerry634"

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you can see all the PMs are gone he has zero "0" pms.
But yet when I go to the admin panel his Pm's are still showing even though his UCP has none it it.


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So its not working ! It stores them and they do not delete
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Re: [BETA] simple acp pm read [1.0.4b]

Post by spacefish »

Do the senders of the PM's still have a copy a copy of the PM in their sent box? If so, then the PM's are still in the database and they will be shown by this mod.
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Re: [BETA] simple acp pm read [1.0.4b]

Post by ibelphegor »

in my site it's working and if i delete pm i cant see it in the acp.
but, In your image i can see Inbox "0" pm,
in your out and sent there is 0 to?

and BTW,
This is not my mod, i only try to help you base what i know and can see on my site\localhost.
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Re: [BETA] simple acp pm read [1.0.4b]

Post by johnj7l »

spacefish wrote:Do the senders of the PM's still have a copy a copy of the PM in their sent box? If so, then the PM's are still in the database and they will be shown by this mod.

Good question I will have to check this out!
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Re: [BETA] simple acp pm read [1.0.4b]

Post by ibelphegor »

johnj7l wrote:
spacefish wrote:Do the senders of the PM's still have a copy a copy of the PM in their sent box? If so, then the PM's are still in the database and they will be shown by this mod.

Good question I will have to check this out!
No need. hi is right...
This mod not make table in database.. this only read from.
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Re: [BETA] simple acp pm read [1.0.4b]

Post by johnj7l »

Yep he was correct the PM must be deleted from Both users or it stays in the system. I was able to delete it after removing from both.

Can the board be adjusted to clean off the old PM's after a period of time like the pruning does?
or is this something that will grow and grow till it gets out of control?
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Re: [BETA] simple acp pm read [1.0.4b]

Post by CentaurAtlas »

One thing I note in 1.0.4b is that in the instructions it is listed as:
"copy root/adm/style/acp_prvmsg.html to adm/style/acp_prvmsg.html"

While in the actual download the file is:
info/acp_prvmsg.php


Is it supposed to be a .html or a .php file?

I am getting the "No pm data" and attempting to figure out the problem.
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Re: [BETA] simple acp pm read [1.0.4b]

Post by coldrock »

Is this compatible with 3.0.1?
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Re: [BETA] simple acp pm read [1.0.4b]

Post by Sandrus »

There's something wrong here... below 'to', every receiver is 'Guest 'Guest' 'Guest' and so on. What do I do about this?
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Re: [BETA] simple acp pm read [1.0.4b]

Post by naushadhassam »

coldrock wrote:Is this compatible with 3.0.1?
yes
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