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    timothyalangorman is offline Special Member
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    Default Is the "save search" function defunct?

    Is the "save search" function defunct?
    If so can we remove it from the "help" doc?
    If it's still alive, where is it?
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    phoenix is online now Zimbra Consultant & Moderator
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    Yes, it's alive and well and still works fine.
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    timothyalangorman is offline Special Member
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    Default Is this a COS setting?

    Is this a feature that may be disabled? where is it? thank you so much...
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    phoenix is online now Zimbra Consultant & Moderator
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    Which skin are you using?
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    The feature can be disabled, in the COS config under Features -> Search Features -> Saved Searches.

    Why anyone one would disable it, I have no idea.

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