bp_get_the_thread_recipients reporting extra names
When looking at the ‘single’ view of a BP message/thread, the line at the top that reports the recipeients, e.g. “Conversation between you and XXXXX” is reporting extra names, which is terrifying our users!
I suspect it has to do with my deleting some spam messages created by a spam user earlier today, using SQL:
DELETE FROM wp_bp_messages_messages WHERE sender_id=’xxxx’ (spam user’s id)
I also deleted from bp_notifications so that the recipeients of spam would no longer have items to read in their inbox.
wp_bp_notificationsWHERE secondary_item_id=’xxxx’ (spam user’s id)
So there’s a big gap in conversation IDs in the database, where conversations were deleted. But subsequent conversations are being ID’d accordingly, i.e. they’re not falling into the gap, they’re auto-indexing higher than the highest conversation ID. This seems normal.
bp_get_the_thread_recipients is always printing the proper sender (saying “You), the proper recipeient, but it’s also reporting “Deleted User” as well as some other user in the system which is always different.
For example, if I “adamt19″ send a message to “example user”, the line used to read:
“Conversation between you and example user”
wheras now it says:
“Conversation between you, someotheruser, Deleted user, and example user”
Naturally this is freaking out the true recipient. I’ve double checked that the extra names are NOT actually receiving mail. So that’s good, at least. But why would these other names be returned by bp_get_the_thread_recipients and how do I fix it?
Also, if there’s a better way/missing step in my process for removing spam pls advise!
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