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    sugiggs is offline Loyal Member
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    Default Can forum admin archive/purge old threads please

    sometimes those 2006-2007 threads are not relevant anymore but still showing when we do searching on Google.

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    I laughed when I first read this, but honestly I've attempted to implement 3 year old ideas and then sad that the entire server folder structure is different. :-) Maybe the OP has a point? What makes this hard is when some ideas work great across upgrades, and others are outdated by a ClamAV update - and a server admin struggles to tell the difference. Overall though, we'd rather have old (mis)information than to accidentally purge helpful ideas and information, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blazeking View Post
    Overall though, we'd rather have old (mis)information than to accidentally purge helpful ideas and information, right?
    There are many users of older versions of Zimbra for whom the information isn't outdated, it will stay in the forums.
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