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If there is a user (or a bot) that signed up at your site this user can start to send messages to every other user. I had some negative experiences with this and so I wrote a module that should help to block such a spam. Buddypress Messages Spam Blocker introduces some restrictions to your users: New users can send messages only 24h after their registration, so you’ll have time if bot registrations have to be removed manually (modify this value using filter ‘buddypress_messages_spamblocker_newMembersWaitingPeriod’) Their are also some more restrictions for mass mailings (mails that are sent to “friends” of the contact list are not included in this calculation): Users can send 6 messages maximum in 5 minutes (modify this value using filter ‘buddypress_messages_spamblocker_5m’) Users can send 10 messages maximum in 10 minutes (modify this value using filter ‘buddypress_messages_spamblocker_10m’) Users can send 20 messages maximum in 30 minutes (modify this value using filter ‘buddypress_messages_spamblocker_30m’) Users can send 30 messages maximum in 60 minutes (modify this value using filter ‘buddypress_messages_spamblocker_60m’) Users can send 35 messages maximum in 12 hours (modify this value using filter ‘buddypress_messages_spamblocker_12h’) Users can send 45 messages maximum in 24 hours (modify this value using filter ‘buddypress_messages_spamblocker_24h’) Users can send 50 messages maximum in 48 hours (modify this value using filter ‘buddypress_messages_spamblocker_48h’) Users with the capability “edit_users” (admins...
Sorry, pal! The plugin couldn’t pass all our tests. No hard feelings, right?
This section is not meant to be comprehensive.
Why don’t you compare the plugin side by
side with another plugin”