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Agreed. Private would be my vote too. Google search picks up a lot of nasty stuff from such things, mail search is just as easy and definitely more secure.

Tyler

On 9/14/2010 11:31 PM, Walker Blackwell wrote:
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I'm all for a private IT-Discuss. From a 'social engineering' standpoint, having our archives public leaves us wide open let alone hard data like ports, protocols, server versions, etc, that get discussed.

So, I would second that. Seems easy enough to do. Personally, I just search my mailbox when I want to go back and find stuff.

Walker





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