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Is there a way to limit new members from starting a new thread until they have at least 10 or more posts aside from the introduction section.It might help erase a lot of spam and threads of Asking a question and then disappearing after that.
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Is there a way to limit new members from starting a new thread until they have at least 10 or more posts aside from the introduction section.It might help erase a lot of spam and threads of Asking a question and then disappearing after that.

We already have a "Newbie" group that requires you to be a member for 5 days and/or get to 3 posts. Most spam is automated and the spambots try to create threads immediately, so this prevention method works rather well.

I think three posts is a reasonable number and I think people would be ticked if they had to wait until they hit 10.
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