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    Default [SOLVED] New Posts?

    I'm not sure this is the right board to post in -- but I recently noticed the very helpful "new posts" link has disappeared from the Zimbra forums (even when I am logged in). This was a great way to stay up to date here without having to read the forums every day (as the "Today's Posts" requires). Can the "new posts" link come back? Or is there some alternative approach that I'm missing?

    Thanks

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    Yea, I miss it also I mistakenly marked everything as read earlier when I went to the today's post link.

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    We had wanted to remove the calendar link which was unused/didn't go past 2006 as well as replace FAQ with bugzilla/wiki.

    The new posts was being fickle, but you're right it probably just seems more fickle for those of us who are here everyday, the con's were:
    1) Doesn't work when not logged in.
    2) Depending on your timing it wasn't showing new content even when that content happened today.
    3) Because of 2, today's gave people more opportunity to see what people need help with.

    Todays is already under quick-links, so I guess that's 2 votes for switching it back, will do

    http://www.zimbra.com/forums/search.php?do=getdaily
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    http://www.zimbra.com/forums/search.php?do=getnew
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    Hey Guys
    Sorry. I removed them in favor of bug reporting and wiki.

    I'll put them back asap.

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    I understand but you have the today's post in two different locations. Could you make one a new post It really doesn't matter that much as the today's post will show you the new ones first. My question is if I go a day or two without checking, do I miss out on the new ones I hadn't seen?

    dj

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    Please return my friend the "New Posts" We liked our fickle friend.

    Don't make us organize a sit-in outside your window.
    Andrew Baker
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    Thank you



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    Although this is already marked solved:

    In some forum software I see links to search for posts of the last 24h,48h,72h.
    This would be a bit more powerful than the todays button and allow to be klicked on several times a day always showing the latest posts.

    Christian

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