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  1. Back in the day we could set a "Trash" forum for deleted topics. Does something like that still exist? I can't find anything. I'd rather not have perma deletes, but soft deletes. Thanks
  2. Solved. The update process failed to update some files. After manually uploading, users can now submit replies to topics and PMs.
  3. Running: PHP 5.5.32 (cli) (built: Feb 26 2016 15:10:44) The replies work on my test forum, running on the same host, but not in the production environment.
  4. It is no longer auto-locking... However, it's no loner sending emails unless I manually run the task, which doesn't make sense as the task time updated properly for the next run-time. I checked the email log just in-case the email was getting a time-out and I do not see any errors (using SMTP Sparkpost). The only change I've made is the exclude group permissions, however, I'm not excluding the groups to which emails are sent... as it does send an email when I manually run the task. I'm going to remove the excluded groups and see if that makes a difference.
  5. Manually running after it's unlocked works, which is what I have been doing.. But it'll re-lock occasionally. I'm going to watch it over the next week or so and set some test accounts to have birthdays and see if it locks again. It doesn't appear to lock unless there is a birthday on the given day. I'll report back. Thanks!
  6. Thanks! Another issue that came back up are locks on the task. It'll lock and remain locked until I manually unlock it from the tasks window. There are no associated error logs. After unlocking I can run the task: My forum has a cron job that runs tasks every minute. /usr/local/bin/php -d memory_limit=-1 -d max_execution_time=0 /path/applications/core/interface/task/task.php ***************************************** At one point I ran the task specifically, but I have since disabled that cron job. See my previous post here. I thought the issue resolved, but it constantly locks now and gets stuck in the Running now.. state. Any ideas?
  7. My apologies, I just keep trolling your thread here with my issues.. If a user does not have a year selected in their profile (e.g. "not telling). The age parameter will not display anything in the message. Content: Our records indicate that you just turned {age}. The {board_name} would like to wish you a happy birthday! Email: Our records indicate that you just turned . The Honor Empire Community would like to wish you a happy birthday! I haven't tested this yet, but can we use php logic in the content? Check if age is null and have a different message? Thanks.
  8. Edit: Nevermind, working now. I went into tasks and removed the lock. Hello Mike, I've been testing the Birthday greeter email feature. This morning I noticed that the emails did not go out. I tried to run the process manually and I am getting an exception. The database shows that the task is 'running' and the lock count goes up every time I attempt to run it. I also tried to set the 'running' boolean to zero, but that did not solve the issue. Output from command /usr/local/bin/php -d memory_limit=-1 -d max_execution_time=0 /filepath/web/applications/core/interface/task/task.php 123123123123123123123123123123 84 .. Exception: RuntimeException Object ( [message:protected] => LOCATION_UNKNOWN [string:Exception:private] => [code:protected] => 0 [file:protected] => /filepath/web/system/Session/Session.php [line:protected] => 61 [trace:Exception:private] => Array ( [0] => Array ( [file] => /filepath/web/system/Member/Member.php [line] => 135 [function] => i [class] => IPS\_Session [type] => :: [args] => Array ( ) ) [1] => Array ( [file] => /filepath/web/system/DateTime/DateTime.php [line] => 353 [function] => loggedIn [class] => IPS\_Member [type] => :: [args] => Array ( ) ) [2] => Array ( [file] => /filepath/web/applications/birthdaygreeter/tasks/birthdayGreeter.php [line] => 40 [function] => format [class] => IPS\_DateTime [type] => -> [args] => Array ( [0] => d ) ) [3] => Array ( [file] => /filepath/web/system/Task/Task.php [line] => 172 [function] => execute [class] => IPS\birthdaygreeter\tasks\_birthdayGreeter [type] => -> [args] => Array ( ) ) [4] => Array ( [file] => /filepath/web/system/Task/Task.php [line] => 141 [function] => run [class] => IPS\_Task [type] => -> [args] => Array ( ) ) [5] => Array ( [file] => /filepath/web/applications/core/interface/task/task.php [line] => 55 [function] => runAndLog [class] => IPS\_Task [type] => -> [args] => Array ( ) ) ) [previous:Exception:private] => ) Any idea what may be going on? Thanks in advance! Edit: Nevermind, working now. I went into tasks and removed the lock.
  9. I can confirm this now is saving properly. Thanks!
  10. This patch does not appear to be working for me. Initially it'll show the excluded group as saved (see image below). However, upon page refresh, the value is no longer selected. I checked the core_sys_conf_settings table and the abg_group_exclude parameter is not being set. It just shows as NULL no matter what I select/save. I found this out as I have a group on my forum for accounts that have invalid email addresses (bounce backs, rejections, etc) and I saw a few emails bouncing back from members in that group. So it's not being saved properly in the DB for some reason. How is the data supposed to look/stored in that parameter (single digit, comma deliminator, other?). I can manually update it for now for the group. Thanks in advance!
  11. Hello! I have yet to test the functionality of sending birthday greetings, but I noticed when selecting groups to exclude and saving, those groups are not re-selected after going back into the settings.
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