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hi I accidentally makred a user as spam if I wanted to remove him from spam what to do can some one help me

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    Go to Admin > Users> > Set User Level to Spammer > Find the username > Click the box next to their name > Click apply-changes > select enabled.

    | Posted 66 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    I've done that - to myself. It can be a mess to fix. Just take your time and follow the directions given in the other two posts.

    Or, if your familiar with the database, you can go into the database via phpMyAdmin and fix it there. I'd recommend going in there and looking around first. Then fix the problem from Pligg (as outlined in the other posts) and go back to see the changes to the database. You'll learn a lot that way.

    Of course locking out the only admin as I did is much more fun, Hee Hee.

    | Posted 66 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    Keep in mind that re-enabling the user from the Admin will only change the user to enabled and remove him from the spam. However, when you first marked him as a spammer, all his links, comments, groups were also marked as spam.

    In admin, click on submissions and select spam from the second dropdown from the right side, then select the appropriate Apply changes.

    Do the same for Comments and Groups, if any.

    | Posted 66 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

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