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today its amazing matter seeing --- in this matter
Many spammer user  use words only ..  they not have any domain ... just write abc@sitename   i check domain ip .. no domain created of spammers. just word you sitename.com or abc@bogus.bogus.com 
Version 3 .. i use *domain.com & phpfox ban whole domain ... its many issue people write again and again .. but phpfox team never hear. don't mind please but we pay money to phpfox ... spammer never pay ... then why phpfox team waste time again and again ... i am not understand .... i feel i buy/get tension ... not buy phpfox software.
please understand ... support your clients .. so they run site smoothly .. in coming version ... if phpfox support this matter its good for every one other wise i close site & buy another social network script. year per year go .. nobody hear this matter. its not genuine ... yes today i upset ... because 500 mail i ban ... in just 88 person genuine. its unnecessary extra effort /useless efforts who eat time ...

January 28, 2021 11:59 am

Dear Anurag,

Please refer the thread https://community.phpfox.com/forum/thread/57992/ban-filter-not-work-fine/ 

We did not request you for more money.  By the way, we already added your request to the suggestion list and consider implementing it in the future. 

By the way, please let us know how did you configure for v3 version so we can reproduce for this case? We checked with phpFox 3.9.0 and it worked like v4 version. We did not remove this feature in v4 version.



October 30, 2019 7:20 am
first things first, ditto what data66 said.

now, onto my own $0.02:
be very cautious when installing and using memcache! This is software that intentionally stores frequently accessed data/pages in system memory. If you do NOT have adaquate system memory on your system (VPS in your specific use-scenario), you WILL slow your site/system to an absolute crawl (as swap will be used).

Take a look at your system's current memory (RAM) subsystem before you do this!
IF you DO NOT have much free memory, memcache isn't going to be a good idea.
There are some really good articles on various websites that deal specifically with implementing memcache.
one of the better ones can be found here
It would be wise to do some basic searches of the Internet to see how others implemented memcache on CentOS (or just Linux in general). I found several quickly with a simple search "memcache on CentOS VPS" in the mighty google.

Also, when you implement ANY caching methods, it is equally important to review & monitor your cache hits/misses. If you have lots of misses, the cache isn't helping you at all, so why waste those system resources on it??? I have seen this sort of situation a number of times with clients over the past few years. On sites with heavy dynamic content that just does not stay static for very long, you're not going to gain a heck of a lot from using memcache.

There simply is not a "quick & easy" way to improve system performance. Trying the "quick & easy" things people use as buzzwords, often just make the whole kit & kaboodle MUCH WORSE!
Be careful!
December 7, 2013 4:23 am
I am not asking for you to agree - all I am saying is that your "bug" is not re-creatable on my setup so it leads me to believe you have other issues and this is not fox related.
September 16, 2013 12:55 pm
3.5.1 build 4 is stable. Just follow the blog instructions for the security release update.

If you want RC I don't recommend that on a live site especially if you have 3rd party add ons or templates.
July 7, 2013 1:27 pm