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Some members create a new email address specifically for CodeProject, sign
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There are many other ways in which spammers can get access to your email address.
This article has
some more background.
Simply go to your settings page and
click the 'My Groups' tab to create a new group. Fill in the details and hit 'Create Group' and
you're done. See the screenshot below.
Once you have created a group you will be the administrator for that group. Go back to the 'My
Groups' tab in your settings page and you will see a link to your new company. Send this link to
those you wish to join your group. When they visit the group's profile page they will be given the
option to join your group.
Once someone has applied to join your group you will see an 'Applications' tab appear on your
member settings page. This will provide access to the list of members who have applied for your
group. Simply set their status (accepted, rejected etc) and authority level and hit 'Update' and you
Members who have joined a group can have the following permission levels:
A group account can be of the following types
You can change your standard member account into a group account on the 'My Settings' page under
'Basic Settings'. Once you have done this other members will see a button on your profile page that
will allow them to apply to be a member of your group. You can accept/reject requests by logging in
to the group account and visiting the 'Applications' tab.
It seems that Opera does not allow external sites to redirect to other sites without explicit configuration in Opera. Here is the fixx. With Opera open,
This will bring up the Trusted Websites dialog.
Click ‘Close’ and then ‘OK’.
Now FB and Google can redirect back to our site when they are finished authorizing the user.
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