[spam-stopper] another lyceum ?
sbishop at trinitybiblecollege.edu
Mon May 1 19:36:12 UTC 2006
I've verified that akismet works fine in lyceum. However, for my
purposes, I want akismet to be a system-wide plugin. Due to interface
differences, the 'update api key' page does not work in lyceum. Is there
a way to manually input this, so I can at least test that it will work
as a system-wide plugin?
Matt Weyant wrote:
> That's a central server rule. The test verifies that the comment was
> submitted to Akismet and returned as spam. If you disconnect from the
> internet, the plug-in breaks and even this test won't work.
> On 4/27/06, Shane Bishop <sbishop at trinitybiblecollege.edu> wrote:
>> So...is that just a dealy written in to the script, or is that a
>> central-server rule? What I'm trying to get at is this:
>> Does that test verify that the comment was submitted to the akismet
>> servers, and returned as spam, or just verify that the akismet plugin
>> script is installed and semi-functioning?
>> Andrew Ferguson wrote:
>>> use "viagra-test-123" as the name an Akismet will always return it as spam.
>>> Andrew Ferguson
>>> andrew at fergcorp.com
>>> Shane Bishop wrote:
>>>> We're looking at deploying lyceum (a multi-user derivative of
>>>> wordpress), and we need a good spam plugin. I've installed it, and it
>>>> appears to be active, but my question is this: How do I know it is
>>>> working properly?
>>>> I tried leaving a comment that I thought would be 'spammy' enough, but
>>>> it went through anyway. I can move comments to the 'spam' section, so
>>>> obviously, some of the plugin is functioning correctly, but so far,
>>>> nothing is getting caught, so I don't know for sure.
>>>> Is there a good way to monitor this, or do I just have to 'wait and
>>>> see'? JJB (from lyceum) has already agreed to help me out with getting
>>>> it working (if it doesn't), but I currently have no idea of how to
>>>> test this out. Help, please!
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