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XF 1.2 Block PMs

Inkman

Active member
#1
Does anyone know how members of my forum could block PM's from a certain member? I have looked around Google but there doesn't seem to be anything made to stop this.

Hope someone can help.
Thanks.
 

Amaury

Well-known member
#8
If you ignore a user, an PC they send to you is never delivered to your inbox.
I'm pretty sure they're still sent.

I have a member on KH-Vids that doesn't particularly like me; a while ago, he sent me a PC because I was quoting and liking his content and he wanted me to stop because he had me on his ignore list, which I was unaware of, and I was able to reply to his PC.
 

Sheldon

Well-known member
#9
I'm pretty sure they're still sent.

I have a member on KH-Vids that doesn't particularly like me; a while ago, he sent me a PC because I was quoting and liking his content and he wanted me to stop because he had me on his ignore list, which I was unaware of, and I was able to reply to his PC.
Would you like to test this real quick here?
 

Sheldon

Well-known member
#12
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No alerts.

Checked inbox as well, no messages showed up.

Taking off ignore now as well..

**And checked PM's after removing from ignore, no message either.
 

MagnusB

Well-known member
#18
I'm pretty sure they're still sent.

I have a member on KH-Vids that doesn't particularly like me; a while ago, he sent me a PC because I was quoting and liking his content and he wanted me to stop because he had me on his ignore list, which I was unaware of, and I was able to reply to his PC.
If you are staff you will be able to send a private message, regardless of the user ignoring you or not. I think it is the Always invite users to personal conversation permission.
 

Amaury

Well-known member
#19
If you are staff you will be able to send a private message, regardless of the user ignoring you or not. I think it is the Always invite users to personal conversation permission.
Well, users can't ignore staff, anyway, so that's an invalid statement.