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I have found this question here, but it is not clear for me. It seems that there are two values related to email confirmation in app/users.php.

    define('QA_USER_FLAGS_EMAIL_CONFIRMED', 1);
    define('QA_USER_FLAGS_USER_BLOCKED', 2);
    define('QA_USER_FLAGS_SHOW_AVATAR', 4);
    define('QA_USER_FLAGS_SHOW_GRAVATAR', 8);
    define('QA_USER_FLAGS_NO_MESSAGES', 16);
    define('QA_USER_FLAGS_NO_MAILINGS', 32);
    define('QA_USER_FLAGS_WELCOME_NOTICE', 64);
    define('QA_USER_FLAGS_MUST_CONFIRM', 128);
    define('QA_USER_FLAGS_NO_WALL_POSTS', 256);
    define('QA_USER_FLAGS_MUST_APPROVE', 512);

QA_USERS_MUST_CONFIRM and QA_USER_FLAGS_EMAIL_CONFIRMED. One is the opposite of the other?

Q2A version: 1.7

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The flags do what their names suggest:

  • QA_USER_FLAGS_MUST_CONFIRM: User must still confirm their registration (by using the link sent to their e-mail address) before the account is enabled. IOW the registration has not been confirmed yet.
  • QA_USER_FLAGS_EMAIL_CONFIRMED: User has confirmed their registration by using the link sent to their e-mail address.

So, yes, they're basically opposites of each other.

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