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Hi all

1) Is Jforum allow the unregister member to key their OWN name for posting the entry (instead of Anonymous?) If yes, how to set?

2) How to set email notification for the new entry of forum?

3) As I would like to let all the people to post the entry in the forum, no need to register, could I hide the function and wording in "member listing" /"Register" on the top of list?

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Any specialist can help?
As it's urgent case.....Thanks so much.
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1) all "deleted" users will be set to anonymous, as they are not avaiable anymore. You would have to do manual coding to achieve that. I guess it wul dbe possible

2) check in the profile of the user. there's a setting "send email not only the first time" or similiar - so you'll not just recieve a message for the first new postsince last visit, but for all further ones too .. you can put yourself to the forum watch ...

3) yes you can. just edit the template files that keep those information. should be the header.htm (or something alike that)
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Hi all....

1) all "deleted" (->unregister? ) users will be set to anonymous, as they are not avaiable anymore. You would have to do manual coding to achieve that. I guess it wul dbe possible

(->So what file could I refer in the folder if I can add the field of name for unregister member?)

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The "deletion" actually is a "set inactive". If you'd change this behaviour you may have to modify the statement for 'set inactive', in means of not just setting the flag but rather to also change the "author" of the posts linked to that user-id to anonymous or whatever.

So anyhow, currently what you can do is "set inactive". Ah - though I have to admit i'm not sure if the old username still will show (but not linked to a profile) or if the user will be set to anonymous.

I never had to actually disable a user as we only let IT professional employees of our customers to our forum ;)
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