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    Thomas P
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  • Thomas P
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    Phew, the code is all over the place, $lastvisit/lastvisit is used quite often.
    I guess I'll ask over at vb.org
    Thanks anyways


    [edit]Mystics found the correct line for me
    http://www.vbulletin-germany.com/for...=&postid=44682
    [/edit]
    Thomas P
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    Last edited by Thomas P; Tue 4 Nov '03, 4:04pm.

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  • Thomas P
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  • Thomas P
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    I just double checked, unfortunately it is this way on my board.
    Thanks Steve, I think I have to show into the user.php

    Maybe this requires hacking, but then I would suggest to change this for vb3 - if this hasn't been done.

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  • Steve Machol
    Former Customer Support Manager

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    Hmmm...I'm afraid I don't know then,. If what you are saying is correct, then there is no way to do this in the Admin CP. Unfortunately I don't have a similar user I can test this on to see if I get the same results.

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  • Thomas P
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    His 'Last Visit' shows 2002-12-09 21:15:23 and his 'Last Activity' 2003-11-03 17:38:44.

    Hmmm, so how can I prune users whose 'Last Activity' was ~365 days ago via the ACP?

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  • Steve Machol
    Former Customer Support Manager

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    And what shows up for user x's last visit and activity in his user profile?

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  • Thomas P
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    Let me explain my problem a bit further

    I mailed all users on the list to visit our forums this week or they will be deleted.

    Some visited us yesterday, I saw one user (user x).
    Then I generated the list again, just to see how many visited.
    User x was still on the list although he was on the forum yesterday.

    So there seems to be something wrong... ?

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  • Steve Machol
    Former Customer Support Manager

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    Then what I would do is prune them. This should do what you want.

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  • Thomas P
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  • Thomas P
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    No, I just relied on the 'Move/Prune Users' function ...

    I haven't pruned them yet, I just generated the list.

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  • Steve Machol
    Former Customer Support Manager

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    I believe that is exactly what you've done. Did you check the 'Last Activity' of these users who were not removed?

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  • Thomas P
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  • Thomas P
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    Okay, thanks for the info.

    So how can I prune users with their 'Last Activity' of more than 365 days?

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  • Steve Machol
    Former Customer Support Manager

  • Steve Machol
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    The 'Last visit' is really their 'Next-to-Last Visit'. The real last visit is the 'Last Activity'.

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  • Thomas P
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  • Thomas P
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    Mass Pruning Users - User Infos

    Hi,

    before mass pruning all users, who didn't visit since 365 days and have a post count of 0 I emailed them stating that if they don't visit within 7 days their account will be deleted.

    So far so good, but now a couple of users visited our forums and still their 'Last Visit' reflects their old visit (200+ days ago).

    I already updated the post count, forum & thread infos...

    Thanks for any hint,
    -Tom
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