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    Is anyone aware of any easy way to roll up the versions on a Document? We have lots of folks sharing documents and working together (which is good), but after 40 or more edits, a single doc in someone's account can easily consume 60 meg of space, with no apparent way to delete the older versions. The only thing that seems to work is to view html source, copy, delete the doc, add new doc, paste html source, and save (tedious.) Add to that excessive browser stall and format errors when large amounts of html source are pasted (like 30 seconds of spinning beachball time each) and the process is just about intolerable. Ideas? Fixes?

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    How about setting zimbraNotebookMaxRevisions on the user or COS?
    (On next edit it will prune)

    There is a planned Bug 15210 - Use diff based version for WikiItem

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    Forgot to mention 0 is unlimited.

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    Awesome, thanks! This really needs to be in the admin interface in future releases. Has there been any thought to putting in a "view object" option in the admin tool, to expose this kind of stuff? Could just dump the entire LDAP entry into an editable table on a form. Would be great for troubleshooting.

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