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Has anyone tried it with WP 3.0.1 and BuddyPress 1.2.6?

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    My site is new (and under construction). Would love to find out if this plugin will work because currently there aren’t any members! Ha ha! The groups are the central part of the site, so for the group admin to invite people to the group is pretty darned important. :-)

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  • The predominant raison d’etre for this plugin is to invite new members to the site so not having any existing members isn’t really an issue.

    As far as I’m aware there are no issues, I have had it running on a few test installs and live on a production site and no issues have been reported back to me.

    A simple means of testing the plugin is to invite a few made up members by inviting members using email addresses on an account you have that don’t exist. I’ll use one of my google domain accounts with catchall set to deliver all unknown users/accounts to my primary domain admin address.

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    I came across something were by if you didn’t send the invites but selected members from the list, I ( the current user doing the invitations ) would be removed from the group though the user’s activity didn’t reflect it. Also the group members count was counting more users than there actually were..

    Have to go out but wanted to post this before I forget. Ill tell you exactly what I did when I found problems.. when I get back ( in like 8-10 hours )

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    @boonebgorges When you go to wordpress/groups/test-group/invite-anyone/ and type a users name in the search box, select the user and then click “Remove Invite”.
    Then click on another group tab ie: group home and then go back to ‘send invites’

    it kick the user out of the group and the group member count drops.. The invited user’s activity doesn’t reflect the ‘leaving the group’ so its abit wearied..

    As I said above it does some other strange things, one instance the group member count was 5 when there are only 2 registered users on the site.

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    @jenniferljl I’ve been using this plugin on 1.2.6 without any problems also. I agree this is really an essential plugin to grow a community.

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