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We are deploying a JForum with our B2C front end. We have restricted it so only registered users can post messages.

I have tested and found out that as an unregistered user i can submitt messages for approval. This is ok, but the first post shows up on the forum under the first users (User # 1) name.

Why is this message showing up and not others? HOw do I configure JForum to NOT show any message from an unregistered user?

Thank you.

John
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I'm not sure if I understood.

You mean that you configured JForum to not allow anonymous posts, but even then it can suggest posts to a moderated forum?

Also, which version are you using? (if cvs, from when?)

Rafael
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