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  1. Try creating a constants.php in your installation root directory and put this in it <?php define( 'BYPASS_CURL', TRUE );
  2. HI Ryan, I figured that much, it's just odd that it's the only thing it's failing on. What's the license server hostname (Keeping in mind this is being deployed on the same server as the live site, it's just going to be htaccess'd to a private location / restricted by IP)
  3. Hey, I'm in the process of doing a test install for a client's site (upgrading them from 3.4.7 to 4.0 RC1) and when trying to enter any key into the upgrader I get There was an error communicating with the IPS License Server: name lookup timed out. Please try again later or contact IPS technical support for assistance. Has anyone seen this before? I understand this may just be our firewall being well.. stupid, so if it Is I'd need to add the IPS license server to our safelist for the time being.
  4. It's been available for many years.... http://community.inv...-via-gmail-r200 If in doubt, ssh into your server (since most residential ISP's block 25) telnet into gmails mx record smtp.gmail.com on port 25 go ehlo gmail starttls 220 2.0.0 Ready to start TLS Now if you can't do that with your server you dont support tls. As well the Forced TLS vs Opportunistic TLS deal has to be readily available on a server and it has to have valid ssl/tls certificates at all times (at least for forced tls). Also mail set to forced TLS will not deliver (assuming your server has a valid ssl cert) to its destination if they do not either
  5. With the ability to do this in Nexus, I think they have been looking into expanding this into IP Board. However until the feature is actually ready, assuming its on the immediate road map with 3.3 coming out they will announce it via their blog like any other feature addition.
  6. You will likley need a hook to do this, although I don't see the harm in their friends viewing their profile while suspended *shrug*
  7. It does seem to be missing random error codes in the lower digits as well, at least based on some of the topics i've seen. Although there is formatting issues with the page numbers and next/previous page links.. They are squished together and page numbers go down not across. IE9 and Chrome 16.x
  8. In addition they from memory have staffingin support all the time. If your ticket is marked as critical it can wake people up
  9. As I've said many times before, if you do not have technical knowledge about how your web site runs. Take the time to learn yourself, it may take time but it in the long run it will help you a lot and prevent some support tickets. 7 years ago I knew nothing about Linux, now Im one of the people who make sure over 910 of them stay up, and diagnose problems, and this is for what I would consider the most prominent software company in the world.. Well a division of it that was bought many years ago. The same goes for the site I run/co-run (that is once the other admin decids what he wants to do with it) I knew how to install it, as I read the directions. I was never really involved much with it at first but I learned all the functions in the ACP, as more features were added and the UI improved (I started at 1.x after IPS started charging for the software which was fine) I have a perpetual license, I just have no idea what account its under (lol) but Im not about to dig for it as I don't need it and already have two licenses (one of which I also have no use for). The point is, take the time to learn. You won't need to rely on the documentation as much, and if something your looking for is missing support should have no problem helping you with it and passing it along to get that added to the articles. I would personally like to see a collection of error code translations how ever ;)
  10. In terms of being on the same page, it's always very important on a technical front especially that your question be Well worded, precise and contain all the details needed to answer the question correctly the first time, every time. As well IPS has in my experience always been very good at interpretting information if it's not very clear or the person who opened the ticket's English is not very good Edit: This is more of a reminder, not critisism
  11. I agree, I think it was a big mistake to use view new content and it should be brought back... I get it not everyone uses it, but on several sites I frequent I did and so did other members. And there was a bit of of our rage on them regarding it being removed
  12. Alternate contacts are just that, Alternate Contacts.. They are not the customer, so they shouldn't have the same privileges as the customer them selves... They are able to post in the Technical Areas where they have been authorized and open tickets for the products they have been authorized to do so with
  13. This has actually always been a gripe I've had over IP.Board, it has very little capability of Auditing ACP Actions properly. Our front end, not being a forum tracks and logs changes. If an Admin creates a new account, it records the account name the permission ID number etc. If you change a setting, it also does that and you can easily view it via an Audit tab
  14. You can get your host to setup a cron job that backs up your site, than emails you. You can pick the intervals of when it happens.. Than all you have to do is download it
  15. Was that actually put into production? because its no there any more
  16. Direct file attachments are done under the full editor, not quick reply based section, that and that screen shot isn't even accurate for 3.2.3 (or as far as Im aware any of the 3.2 series) This is what it looks like And if your using the flash based uploader (which does auto upload)
  17. Understanding the annoyances and cost behind this, but has IPS considered moving customer data to a redundant pair of NAS devices (such as the HP X1000) Than from there just mounting it to each of the needed cPanel servers you run and have data provision there.. It would make failing over if say a server fails a little less painful and would make porting sites a bit easier once configured
  18. This is better for Support but, you can re-word the templates for registration/validation so they aren't so generic. Also, making sure your servers IP for SMTP isn't black listed or been caught sending above normal spam rates (http://www.senderbase.org/ for example can give a bit of back ground, same with spamhaus / cbl) as IP reputation still does play a huge part. Beyond that, contacting google to ask them what rules you are hitting (generically speaking as they wont explicitly tell you) so you can clean up your mail
  19. Most ISP's don't go "hey reset new IP" the DHCP Lease stays intact
  20. SQL and MySQL use slightly different query structures and drivers, and no it's nothing like saying "Linux is better than redhat linux" because those are both linux, these are entirely different database engines
  21. Their excuse was, its a small market base.. Sure it may of been small but its none the less important especially considering how much more scalable and capable SQL is over MySQL
  22. To quote Parisite Hilton "Thats hawt"
  23. Facebooks API conditions don't always allow you to force member information to be filled out
  24. That's the logo of this board, so it makes sense that it would be shared on facebook.... You are able to replace that meta image with your own sites logo however
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