How to delete all messages from a user in vBulletin

delete user messages in vbulletin

If you need delete all messages of a user in a vBulletin forumI leave you two different ways to do it. A graph and another attacking the database.

If the user has a normal amount of messages, the graphic form with vBulletin's own tool is the best and least dangerous.

It has happened to me many times that when moderating a forum we see that we have to delete all the messages of a user, either because they are not appropriate, or because they are spam or even because the user asks us to delete his profile and all his messages.

This tutorial is for vBulletin 4.xx versions I don't know if it works for 5.x because I haven't tested it nor do I know the structure of its database.

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Drupal vs. WordPress

Drupal and wordpress advantages and disadvantages. When to choose each cms

I confess that always I've been in love with Drupal. But I have just given up on the simplicity of WordPress.

The general conception that has remained is that Drupal is used for large projects and WordPress for all kinds of projects.. But if they are simple like a personal blog, a business website, a small store, etc., it is better to use WordPress.

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Drupal is a CMS for building dynamic websites. Like other CMS frameworks, Drupal has a modular interface that allows developers to customize and extend the CMS system.

It's a great content management tool, a powerful framework for web applications, and even a great social publishing platform.

With Drupal we can build anything we imagine.

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