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    Default This Thread is more than 247 days old, you can't reply to it.
    Hi Admins/Mods,

    I tried to make a reply here: http://www.freewebhostingtalk.com/sh...design!!/page3 but got this message: "This Thread is more than 247 days old, you can't reply to it." If members can't reply old threads then why aren't they locked yet? If you are not going to lock old threads at least there should be a message at the very beginning that new reply can't be made as this is very old topic. Does this sound good? Waiting for your feedback. Thanks

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    It would take us to long to lock each and every old thread. Maybe Dennis's Dev can fix that issue.
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    Okay Brinks but wondering how other forums are managing that? There might be some tools/plugins/extensions/module which can search old threads and make a list and then you guys can lock them properly? Not sure. But I think it's a valuable suggestion from me!

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    I am not sure but I will inform Dennis and see if the Devs can look into it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brinks View Post
    I am not sure but I will inform Dennis and see if the Devs can look into it.
    Who is Dennis? But anyway thanks mate for taking this into your consideration.
    Last edited by PhilipsEl; 07-25-2015 at 09:32 AM.

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    Dennis is a guy who works for INet who owns this site.
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