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Post by miurdock »

Hello,

could you tell me, how could i geet all e-mails of all forum users?
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Post by stevemaury »

The Admin toolkit - http://starfoxtj.no-ip.com/phpbb/toolkit - allows export of emails in a variety of formats, and does 1,000 other useful things.
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Post by miurdock »

Please enable your cookies and try again.

i set everything ok but it doesn't work.
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No, if you set everything OK, it will work. Post line 40 through 80 of toolkit.php as you have installed it.
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   If the script was downloaded form another location, it IS possible that it may have been altered.


******************************************************************************************************/


// You may set a password here if you would rather not use the toolkit_config.php

$use_toolkit_config_file = 'no';			// Change this to 'No' to set the password in the toolkit.php itself like in previous releases
$use_hashed_in_file_passwords = 'no';			// Change this if you want to use hashed admin/mod passwords specified in the toolkit (the toolkit_config.php file will use hashed passwords regardless)
$adminpassword = '***';		// Note: I HIGHLY recommend using a password at least 16 characters long!
$modpassword = '****';		// Leave blank to disable mod login


// Option 1: Allow Mods to Ban/UnBan Users?
$modban = 'yes'; // 'yes' : 'no'


// Option 2: Allow Mods to Change User Post Count?
$modpost = 'no'; // 'yes' : 'no'


// Option 3: Allow Mods to Change User Ranks?
$modrank = 'yes'; // 'yes' : 'no'


// Option 4: Allow Mods to Delete Users?
$moddelete = 'no'; // 'yes' : 'no'


// Option 5: Update check URLs
// Note: To disable checking for updates for phpbb, set the phpbb URL to 'none'
// Note: To disable checking for updates for this toolkit, set the toolkit URL to 'none'
// The default phpbb url is: http://www.phpbb.com/updatecheck/20x.txt
// The default toolkit url is: http://starfoxtj.no-ip.com/phpBB/toolkit/updatecheck/2.x.txt
$update_url['phpbb'] = 'http://www.phpbb.com/updatecheck/20x.txt';
$update_url['toolkit'] = 'http://starfoxtj.no-ip.com/phpBB/toolkit/updatecheck/2.x.txt';
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Post by stevemaury »

So I take it your are not using a hashed password, correct?

Are you using IE? Try setting your site as a trusted Site in Tools | Internet Options | Security.

And you have the file in the root folder of your forum, yes?
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Post by KevC »

Open toolkit.php and delete lines 2170-2185:

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// First check if cookies are enabled

   if( !isset( $_COOKIE['upload_toolkit_enabled'] ) )

      {


      die( "Your browser must be set to accept cookies
from the $domain domain to use the
http://starfoxtj.no-ip.com/phpbb/toolkit\"
target=_blank
>http://starfoxtj.no-ip.com/phpbb/toolkit\"
target=\"_blank\">PHPBB Admin ToolKit.
Please
enable your cookies and try again.

In your browser, goto Tools -> Options
-> Privacy.
Then either set the cookie
permissions to Allow or set the cookie
permissions for $domain to Allow.

      
 (Note: Depending on the browser, the
settings may be in a slightly different location.)" );

      }
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Post by miurdock »

ok, thanx ;)
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