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Naturally the activity is stored in the database, however no - the data is not exposed to you anywhere. For all intents and purposes, their post is not finalized or available until the guest completes their registration. If they don't, their submission is removed.

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On 3/1/2019 at 3:42 PM, fabnay said:

Is there a way for admins/mods to read/watch from ACP or the forum a post made by a guest before registering ?

Is this activity logged somewhere ?

I've developed a way to admin view the content and manage it (delete or assign to a member):




I will submit to the marketplace today later.

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56 minutes ago, bfarber said:

Because those posts for all intents and purposes do not exist yet. They don't exist until the user completes their registration, and are automatically cleared out and pruned after about a week if the poster doesn't do so.

That's good and answers what would have been my next question.  I would probably not approve many users who register (e.g. spammers) and wouldn't want their not visible posts accumulating on the server. Now I know that won't happen. 

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