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Has anyone experienced all user posts going into moderation? I don’t have any module that would do this so I’m rather confused. If a new users makes a submissions it’s automatically sent to awaiting moderation.

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    I think that same problem happening with version 2.0.1.

    Can anyone confirm? I would like new questions to be approved automatically, not by the admin.

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    If you have issues with new users or manual submitting, chuck roast has posted this fix, Please add anything else you find important to this discussion.

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    The solution to this issue is how the tables are made in the past with the older rss module! To fix the problem you have to update all fields feed_status in pligg_feeds to new from the old queued.

    I know this will help a few users who are using the rss import module!

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