Mollom to provide spam protection for Drupal Gardens

Acquia, one of our Mollom partners, has recently wrapped up its latest internal development sprint; a number of new features and bug fixes were developed for Drupal Gardens, a fast-growing platform for providing hassle-free Drupal sites. One new development is an easy method that allows Drupal Gardens users to take advantage of Mollom's spam protection services.

What does this mean for Drupal Gardens users? Just what you'd think. You receive the best spam protection available on the web from Mollom. There's no setup, no hassle, and no cost.

What does this mean for developers? A great example of how to provide Mollom to your customers, in the form of the Mollom API module for Drupal. The Mollom API module was developed by Jacob Singh and Gábor Hojtsy from Acquia. The Mollom API module uses Mollom's Reseller API to automatically provision the service and to programmatically obtain public and private keys for each Drupal Gardens site. You'll need a reseller account to use the Mollom Reseller portion of our API, but that's easy to get -- just contact us through our contact page to request your set of Mollom credentials.

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