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I'm not sure whether this is a bug, or by design, but I find it puzzling either way:
I have a Drupal 5.15 site with logintoboggan 5.x-1.3 installed. On the admin/user/settings screen, if I choose the registration option:
* Visitors can create accounts and no administrator approval is required.
and leave the
"Require e-mail verification when a visitor creates an account"
I find on the /admin/user/logintoboggan form that "Set password & Immediate login" is checked; the user gets logged in immediately, but they still have to verify their email address, which is clearly not what I want if I unchecked the e-mail verification box on the User Settings form.
The inverse is also true; if I uncheck "set password and immediate login" box on the Logintoboggan form and switch back to the user settings form, I find that the "Require e-mail verification" box is checked again.
Is this by design? Does logintoboggan completely remove the ability to allow users to register and set their own passwords without e-mail verification?