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Correction. isolated to any comment that has @username when not an admin. 
Admin types @username and comment goes through. Regular user types @username and comment goes to mod. 

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Correction: isolated to any comment that has @username when not an admin and list of words exists in wp spam word list.
Admin types @username and comment goes through. Regular user types @username and comment goes to mod.

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Remember that in my wpadmin the commeting plugin is not greyed out for some reason while the other addon we have installed is greyed out. Both have licenses. https://share.getcloudapp.com/Z4uYkwW9. Seems like the should be both greyed out. 

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Even though the comment above shows the two addons are not looking the same we do have both installed. https://share.getcloudapp.com/o0uv8DyA

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@goodlab,

Simply in the list of the Comment Moderation, there is the following phrase "a*s". 

There is a Wordpress native (core) function called check_comment, that checks the comment content and if the function finds some phrase that contains the sequence of those letters it's being considered as spam. (This function doesn't work if the comment is published by high-level users like admin, moderator, etc).  For example, the phrase "cla*s" contains those letters. So while wpDiscuz contains class attributes those comments are being considered as spam comments, it doesn't matter that the phrase is not a part of a comment just a part of HTML. 

So you'll need to remove that phrase from the list and it'll work fine.

More info about the function can be found here: https://developer.wordpress.org/reference/functions/check_comment/

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Wow! Such a simple thing. Perhaps you could put that in your docs - might save another user lots of time. Thanks for figuring it out! 

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