Hi everyone!

I wonder nobody was asking before. I need a double-opt-in registration process including the email-activation-link within the confirmation email. So the registration proccess will be only completed after clicking that link.

So is there solution out yet or a module or a tutorial? Till now I found nothing about that.

Don't ask why I need especally that thing. It's allabout justice.

Greetings

CKIDOW

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I don't have a module or a tutorial but i made something like this for a non-drupal site before. What i did [very short version]:

- I made a members database with a row called activated, and a row called activation key
- Newly registered people will be placed in the members database but with activated = 0, and a activation key
- Send a mail to the newly registered user with their activation key as a link http://www.example.com/register/add/unique_key
- Once they visit the link the members database gets updated with activated = 1 and the activation key would be removed.
- Users without activated = 0 have no permissions, and would be removed within 24 hours.

I am new to Drupal so i have no idea how to implement this in Drupal.

Um, what am I missing here? Drupal will use the activation-link method by default. See the settings at admin/user/settings

"Require e-mail verification when a visitor creates an account"

You can also remove the password from their email, if that's what bugs you. What is it not doing, that you require?

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The problem is the account is active without requiring the user click on a special link in the email.

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Yes, I think 99% of my "users" never validate their accounts, nor do anything else on my site than "registering". This causes my users table to go big.

Any news on this?