Re: BP mark as spammers acts wierd in 126.96.36.199
I’ve run into a similar problem but it’s not related to the emails not going through.
In testing, I have found that almost without exception, that no one pays attention to the text above the crop avatar to check their email for the validation.
The system takes the user to the crop avatar portion, which they do, but after submitting their new avatar, they are left on the same screen, with just a small text warning above the avatar to activate their account.
Actually, it even caught me off guard a few times, not realizing I needed to activate a new account.
Maybe in the future make this much more obvious?