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Creating user account by activation link.

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Hi all,

I want to develop one web application. What i want is to allow user to
create account but at that time before giving rights to that user
admin should accept this person's account. So what i want is when user
create any account, adming will decide whether to allow user to use
site or not by sending mail containing account activation link to user
into his mail. Only when user go to that link his account will get
activated.

how will i do this?

any help will be truely appreciated.

thanks in advance.

Aug 10 '07 #1
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many ways

when the user fills in your registration form you add a flag to
your account db that flags the account as unconfirmed and
also send a email to your admininstrator with the details of the proposed
account.
The administrator logs onto your website and then you have a form
that allows the admin to accept/deny account and if accept then
sends a email to your user with activation link

is this what you are asking for?

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Hi all,

I want to develop one web application. What i want is to allow user to
create account but at that time before giving rights to that user
admin should accept this person's account. So what i want is when user
create any account, adming will decide whether to allow user to use
site or not by sending mail containing account activation link to user
into his mail. Only when user go to that link his account will get
activated.

how will i do this?

any help will be truely appreciated.

thanks in advance.

Aug 10 '07 #2

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