where is the full text search?

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According to LUSENET:

Note: Old postings that have been deemed "not of general interest" are not presented above, but they are available to the full text search engine. If you want to see what you're missing, you can get a whole page of uninteresting postings.

But when I go to that page, I don't see anything. Maybe once a quesiton remains unanswered for a few days, some entries may become availbale?

-- test (throwaway@coolemail.com), December 15, 2000


from the Admin page (password required):


After a Q&A forum has collected a few thousand messages, it becomes tough for users to find archived threads, even when the software is running on a server with a full-text search engine. Categorization lets you support browsing as well as searching. As the administrator, you are always able to recategorize messages and define new categories. If you want less work and don't mind a little chaos, then you can allow users to categorize their own questions (they get a select menu when they post a new question). If you don't mind a lot of chaos, you can allow users to define new categories.

-- Craig Smith (throwaway@coolemail.com), December 15, 2000.

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