- September 2, 2014 at 9:55 pm #10002324
I have some very active websites and I am trying to switch to Pie Register in order to manage the members. Especially dealing with fake accounts since most of the daily users registering to my site are using fake emails.
I wanted to ask you:
1) Is there any limitation on the number of users in a WordPress installation in order to use Pie Register? Are you aware about any other websites with more than 100k users using the plugin?
2) Is possible to enable a verification email for all existing users? I mean, sending a verification email to all existing members and after a few days be able to purge those that are not verified?
JulianSeptember 5, 2014 at 3:53 pm #10002337
You can use Pie-Register regardless of users count. There is not limitation on number of users in your WordPress. with Pie-Register you can enable Admin Moderation or Email Verification to stop spammers. When you have Email Verification ON and you set the grace period, all the unverified accounts will be deleted when it meets the time limit. Regarding your other question, I am afraid you can not send existence users a verification email with PR, however, you can have a custom code written to accomplish this, you may want to get a quote on this, please use our quote form on our website.
Please feel free to let us know if you have further questions.
ThanksSeptember 11, 2014 at 10:40 pm #10002440
Thank you for your response. One more question, please:
If I install the plugin on this site with 90K users with Email Verification ON, what happen with all existing users (who obviously didn’t verify the email before I installed the plugin). Will be these users considered as invalid?
Or, the mechanism to validate users only affect the new users *after* the plugin is installed and activated?
I want to start using your plugin but I am wondering how it will treat existing users.
JulianSeptember 12, 2014 at 5:19 pm #10002442
Yes, the mechanism to validate users only affect the new users *after*
the plugin is installed and activated!
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