PHP Login System with Admin Features

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    Users Messaging System


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    Users Messaging System

    Post  mstevenson on Tue Sep 14, 2010 9:30 am

    Sometimes if a message is sent containing more than one punctuation mark it will not be sent. I purposely sent messages with a combination of multiple exclamation points (i.e. !!!!!) and sometimes it would actually be sent and sometimes not.

    Another observation is that if there are more than one message in the inbox, the system will only update the status of the first message that was read. Any subsequent messages that you read will all contain the same message subject as the first message and they will not update there status. Once you delete the first message, reading the next message will allow an update of the status of that second message and the Subject that second message will be that message that was actually sent. In other words, until the first read message is deleted, nothing else in the inbox will contain/update the correct information!

    I've had this problem on both the unaltered version and my highly modified version (only cosmetically modified); no additional fields used on either version.

    I'm just going to comment out the mail system until a fix is worked out by someone. If I manage to work out a fix myself, I certainly will post it.

    BTW: I did not see any referrence to the messaging system in process.php, session.php, nor database.php.

    1.) In constants.php I see: define("ABSPATH", dirname(__FILE__).'/'); suggestion on how this field should look?

    2.) The define("MAIL", true) is intact.

    Take care,

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    Re: Users Messaging System

    Post  saytinh on Sun Oct 17, 2010 5:36 pm

    I am designing a website in which users can send messages to one
    another. Each user will have a mailbox where they can read their
    incoming and outgoing messages and delete them if necessary. Anyone
    have suggestions on the optimal way to design the database for such a

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