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There was a spammer...

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There's a current bug where if an old thread is replied to, and the reply is deleted, the thread does not return to its rightful place in the listing. Thus, you'll fine a thread from 2006, with no replies, listed as the most recent. It's on the engineers' plate, but don't expect it to be fixed this calendar year given the impending holidays.


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Sooooo . . .

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When I worked for Southwestern Bell in the test center, and we had a case of trouble (customer trouble report), we gave it to the central office to prove the trouble "in or out" of the office, which determined where we fixed the trouble. The CO was famous for the trouble analysis, "trouble's leaving here OK".

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