Forum Activity for @ilovehousemusic

iLoveHouseMusic
@ilovehousemusic
08 Aug 2014 08:26:08AM
517 posts

Banned items question


Using Jamroom

I put it to good use when i first got it a few months back. Maybe knocked out about 10 different issues I was having. Responsible for a few bug fixes (pats self on back)... but I'm sure they would have been found anyways.

Curious, what was the issue?

Looking forward to the update!
iLoveHouseMusic
@ilovehousemusic
07 Aug 2014 09:11:40PM
517 posts

Banned items question


Using Jamroom

@Michael - thanks man. I've found that I get answers faster and am able to show what the problem is by just shooting a screen cap video. I bought this program just for that suprisingly...
iLoveHouseMusic
@ilovehousemusic
07 Aug 2014 05:27:18PM
517 posts

Banned items question


Using Jamroom

Thanks @Brian - this is what I'm seeing. Let me know!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qf4bSGZ2QuA
iLoveHouseMusic
@ilovehousemusic
06 Aug 2014 06:45:07AM
517 posts

Banned items question


Using Jamroom

How would that work for a domain such as "virginmedia.blackberry.com"?

What I mean is, I'm processing users from my mailgun bounces section. Any email that has bounced, I'm just deleting the user/profile from my system. In the example above, I want to ban all "blackberry.com" addresses. Including all the variants - i'm seeing (virginmedia.blackberry.com, mtn.blackberry.com, etc).
updated by @ilovehousemusic: 06 Aug 2014 06:54:15AM
iLoveHouseMusic
@ilovehousemusic
05 Aug 2014 06:34:19PM
517 posts

Banned items question


Using Jamroom

Hi, I found the info using the "?" icon. But, when I enter "@domain.com" it gives me this error:

"You have entered an invalid item value - please enter a valid email address"

Please advise thanks!
iLoveHouseMusic
@ilovehousemusic
05 Aug 2014 06:03:40PM
517 posts

Banned items question


Using Jamroom

Thanks for this! I see the new update.

So, what is the proper syntax to ban a domain?

Thanks!
iLoveHouseMusic
@ilovehousemusic
26 Jul 2014 01:12:54PM
517 posts

Banned items question


Using Jamroom

I thought you could ban a domain?
iLoveHouseMusic
@ilovehousemusic
25 Jul 2014 03:56:38PM
517 posts

Banned items question


Using Jamroom

This includes password reset requests, and newsletter emails.
iLoveHouseMusic
@ilovehousemusic
25 Jul 2014 02:58:21PM
517 posts

Banned items question


Using Jamroom

Question about Banned Items.

If I ban an email domain, say aol.com. What behavior does that have on existing users?

What I'm trying to do is ban all new signups for users attempting to use "aol.com" email addresses. However, I dont want it to affect existing users.

Please advise, thank you!
updated by @ilovehousemusic: 12 Sep 2014 04:44:16PM
iLoveHouseMusic
@ilovehousemusic
21 Jun 2014 11:38:37AM
517 posts

upload resume fetures


Suggestions

I would think you run the risk of a corrupted audio file, picking up a file transfer where it left off. Interesting idea though.
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