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Who deleted the post?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by anup123, Oct 22, 2005.

  1. anup123

    anup123 Well-Known Member

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    I had posted a query regarding folder naming conventions followed when accessing through SM and Horde and enquired why can't a single standard be there. Surprisngly i tried searching it today and couldn't find the post. Someone has deleted the same.

    I am still looking for that post...

    Anup
     
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    anup123 Well-Known Member

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    I wanted to post in continuation to that post that:

    drafts folder created by Horde can be deleted in Thunderbird just as well in SM. However, Drafts (like wise others like Sent and Trash) cannot be ... but if those were created by usage of Horde, then the same could be deleted from Thunderbird as well.

    So the query was/is still alive through this repost which i hope doesn't get locked.

    Cheers
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    Please post your bugzilla entry. If you haven't added one, please do so and link to it in your threads, otherwise such threads are pointless in this forum and may be removed.

    Your previous post was removed because you did not post a bugzilla link and was near identical to another thread where you insisted on wasting time here when you'd been told how to contact cPanel with such questions.

    To repeat: if you have questions or information for cPanel, then posting here is not appropriate, you should use their contact page or the reporting tools available, i.e. bugzilla and/or support tickets through your cPanel license provider.
     
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    anup123 Well-Known Member

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    Does every query become bug?

    Cheers
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    No, but you are addressing your questions to cPanel and the forums is not the place to do that, as you have been told on numerous occassions.
     
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