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    Hi guys, i'm new to vbulletin. after years of running forums, from bravenet to everyone.net to phpbb to ikonboard to ipb, ipb 1.3 to ipb 2.. getting hacked or defaced has been disturbing since i heard ipb has lots of loopholes..

    my site on vbulletin: www.zerotohundred.com/newforums (still working on optimizing)

    Vbulletin has really make me feel like my site's on another level now.

    anyway, i'm really happy at how my vbulletin is performing. THUMBS UP!. of course since i paid USD160 for it.

    i have 12,000 members now and they're all waiting for the re-launch of the new forums.

    enough ranting,

    Here's my problem:
    1-Me became guest
    Maybe i didn't notice what i did after the successful impex conversion, but i just noticed only my posts and topics since before the conversion has turned to "guest" which should be me (Tom) on the new vbulletin powered forums now.

    Example: http://zerotohundred.com/newforums/s...0&page=1&pp=10
    Look at the author, it's Tom as guest!

    Maybe i:
    -Associated my email to my new username email which merged up and caused it
    -Or Moved the custom usergroups to vbulletin designed usergroups and deleted the old custom groups

    Solution:
    What should i do to restore the topics and post back to me?

    Thanks!
    Tom

  • #2
    Are all the guest posts yours and only yours ?
    I wrote ImpEx.

    Blog | Me

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    • #3
      only posts and topics i (Tom - Group: Admin) created before the conversion is now Tom - group: guests

      any idea?

      thanks..

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      • #4
        I'm sorry I don't understand.

        Are all the guest posts yours and only yours ?
        I wrote ImpEx.

        Blog | Me

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        • #5
          hi jerry, yes. they're all mine.

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          • #6
            Then try this :

            If you userid is 1.

            Code:
            UPDATE post SET userid=1 WHERE userid=0;
            I wrote ImpEx.

            Blog | Me

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            • #7
              okay i'll try that in sql queires. thanks!!

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