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Mail List Importing to Forum, All Messages in One Thread [message #162310] Sat, 24 April 2010 09:30 Go to next message
jm2morri is currently offline  jm2morri   Canada
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I setup a forum to cache messages from a mailing list. It worked OK for awhile but suddenly it started to put all new messages into one thread. It's quite a mess.

Two questions:

1) Is there something I can reset in order to have new messages start in separate threads like they should?

2) Is there a way to move a message from being a part of a larger thread to become a thread in and of itself? That would help me clean things up.

Cheers,

James.
Re: Mail List Importing to Forum, All Messages in One Thread [message #162311 is a reply to message #162310] Sat, 24 April 2010 09:42 Go to previous message
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jm2morri wrote on Sat, 24 April 2010 09:30


2) Is there a way to move a message from being a part of a larger thread to become a thread in and of itself? That would help me clean things up.


I'll answer my own question here. The new "Split Topic" is just what the doctor ordered.

James.
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